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authorOlivier Crête <olivier.crete@collabora.com>2012-08-22 03:07:33 (GMT)
committerOlivier Crête <olivier.crete@collabora.com>2012-09-11 16:41:23 (GMT)
commitf4de422881ea6fcc22a72ead639bbde3e84b7199 (patch)
treeded6b1d5be2cf9783a666db69c787391f520847a
parent6c6f13385ed0f14df88fa477c9964425755c5cf6 (diff)
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Remove static python bindings
-rw-r--r--configure.ac2
-rw-r--r--python/Makefile.am48
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/Makefile.am15
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/__init__.py15
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/argtypes.py1075
-rwxr-xr-xpython/codegen/code-coverage.py42
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/codegen.py1572
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/definitions.py607
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/defsparser.py143
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/docextract.py185
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/docgen.py752
-rwxr-xr-xpython/codegen/h2def.py536
-rwxr-xr-xpython/codegen/mergedefs.py26
-rwxr-xr-xpython/codegen/mkskel.py89
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/override.py288
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/reversewrapper.py771
-rw-r--r--python/codegen/scmexpr.py144
-rw-r--r--python/common.h79
-rw-r--r--python/pygstminiobject.c373
-rw-r--r--python/pygstminiobject.h55
-rw-r--r--python/pytpfarstream-filter.defs24
-rw-r--r--python/pytpfarstream.defs167
-rw-r--r--python/pytpfarstream.override107
-rw-r--r--python/pytpfarstreammodule.c29
-rwxr-xr-xpython/rebuild-defs.sh18
25 files changed, 0 insertions, 7162 deletions
diff --git a/configure.ac b/configure.ac
index 8e0a9c0..18a5df3 100644
--- a/configure.ac
+++ b/configure.ac
@@ -111,8 +111,6 @@ PKG_CHECK_MODULES(FARSTREAM, [farstream-0.1 >= 0.1.0])
AC_SUBST(FARSTREAM_CFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(FARSTREAM_LIBS)
-dnl Always required to generate extensions
-AM_PATH_PYTHON([2.5])
GTK_DOC_CHECK([1.17], [--flavour no-tmpl])
diff --git a/python/Makefile.am b/python/Makefile.am
deleted file mode 100644
index d1f3686..0000000
--- a/python/Makefile.am
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,48 +0,0 @@
-SUBDIRS = codegen examples
-
-PYDEFS=`pkg-config --variable=defsdir pygtk-2.0`
-GSTPYDEFS=`pkg-config --variable=defsdir gst-python-0.10`
-
-noinst_HEADERS = pygstminiobject.h common.h
-
-AM_CPPFLAGS = \
- -I. \
- -I$(top_srcdir) \
- -DDATADIR=\""$(datadir)"\" \
- $(TELEPATHY_CFLAGS) \
- $(PYTHON_INCLUDES) \
- $(PYTPFARSTREAM_CFLAGS) \
- $(FARSTREAM_CFLAGS) \
- $(DBUS_CFLAGS)
-
-BUILT_SOURCES = \
- pytpfarstream.c
-
-pytpfarstreamdir = $(pyexecdir)
-pytpfarstream_LTLIBRARIES = tpfarstream.la
-
-tpfarstream_la_SOURCES = \
- pytpfarstreammodule.c pygstminiobject.c
-
-nodist_tpfarstream_la_SOURCES = pytpfarstream.c
-
-tpfarstream_la_LIBADD = \
- $(PYTPFARSTREAM_LIBS) \
- $(top_builddir)/telepathy-farstream/libtelepathy-farstream.la
-
-tpfarstream_la_LDFLAGS = -module -avoid-version
-
-pytpfarstream.c: pytpfarstream.override pytpfarstream.defs
- $(PYTHON) $(top_srcdir)/python/codegen/codegen.py \
- --prefix tf \
- --register $(GSTPYDEFS)/gst-types.defs \
- --override $(srcdir)/pytpfarstream.override \
- $(srcdir)/pytpfarstream.defs > $@
-
-EXTRA_DIST = \
- pytpfarstream.override \
- pytpfarstream.defs \
- pytpfarstream-filter.defs \
- rebuild-defs.sh
-
-CLEANFILES = $(BUILT_SOURCES)
diff --git a/python/codegen/Makefile.am b/python/codegen/Makefile.am
deleted file mode 100644
index dd3eea0..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/Makefile.am
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,15 +0,0 @@
-EXTRA_DIST = \
- argtypes.py \
- code-coverage.py \
- codegen.py \
- definitions.py \
- defsparser.py \
- docextract.py \
- docgen.py \
- h2def.py \
- __init__.py \
- mergedefs.py \
- mkskel.py \
- override.py \
- reversewrapper.py \
- scmexpr.py
diff --git a/python/codegen/__init__.py b/python/codegen/__init__.py
deleted file mode 100644
index cfa896e..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/__init__.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,15 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-
-__all__ = [
- 'argtypes',
- 'codegen',
- 'definitions',
- 'defsparser',
- 'docextract',
- 'docgen',
- 'h2def',
- 'mergedefs',
- 'mkskel',
- 'override',
- 'scmexpr'
-]
diff --git a/python/codegen/argtypes.py b/python/codegen/argtypes.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 948bae1..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/argtypes.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1075 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-import string
-import keyword
-import struct
-
-class VarList:
- """Nicely format a C variable list"""
- def __init__(self):
- self.vars = {}
- def add(self, ctype, name):
- if self.vars.has_key(ctype):
- self.vars[ctype] = self.vars[ctype] + (name,)
- else:
- self.vars[ctype] = (name,)
- def __str__(self):
- ret = []
- for type in self.vars.keys():
- ret.append(' ')
- ret.append(type)
- ret.append(' ')
- ret.append(string.join(self.vars[type], ', '))
- ret.append(';\n')
- if ret:
- ret.append('\n')
- return string.join(ret, '')
- return ''
-
-class WrapperInfo:
- """A class that holds information about variable defs, code
- snippets, etcd for use in writing out the function/method
- wrapper."""
- def __init__(self):
- self.varlist = VarList()
- self.parsestr = ''
- self.parselist = ['', 'kwlist']
- self.codebefore = []
- self.codeafter = []
- self.arglist = []
- self.kwlist = []
- def get_parselist(self):
- return string.join(self.parselist, ', ')
- def get_codebefore(self):
- return string.join(self.codebefore, '')
- def get_codeafter(self):
- return string.join(self.codeafter, '')
- def get_arglist(self):
- return string.join(self.arglist, ', ')
- def get_varlist(self):
- return str(self.varlist)
- def get_kwlist(self):
- ret = ' static char *kwlist[] = { %s };\n' % \
- string.join(self.kwlist + [ 'NULL' ], ', ')
- if not self.get_varlist():
- ret = ret + '\n'
- return ret
-
- def add_parselist(self, codes, parseargs, keywords):
- self.parsestr = self.parsestr + codes
- for arg in parseargs:
- self.parselist.append(arg)
- for kw in keywords:
- if keyword.iskeyword(kw):
- kw = kw + '_'
- self.kwlist.append('"%s"' % kw)
-
-class ArgType:
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- """Add code to the WrapperInfo instance to handle
- parameter."""
- raise RuntimeError, "write_param not implemented for %s" % \
- self.__class__.__name__
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- """Adds a variable named ret of the return type to
- info.varlist, and add any required code to info.codeafter to
- convert the return value to a python object."""
- raise RuntimeError, "write_return not implemented for %s" % \
- self.__class__.__name__
-
-class NoneArg(ArgType):
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.codeafter.append(' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n' +
- ' return Py_None;')
-
-class StringArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- if pdflt != 'NULL': pdflt = '"' + pdflt + '"'
- info.varlist.add('char', '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('char', '*' + pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- if pnull:
- info.add_parselist('z', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.add_parselist('s', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- if ownsreturn:
- # have to free result ...
- info.varlist.add('gchar', '*ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret) {\n' +
- ' PyObject *py_ret = PyString_FromString(ret);\n' +
- ' g_free(ret);\n' +
- ' return py_ret;\n' +
- ' }\n' +
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n' +
- ' return Py_None;')
- else:
- info.varlist.add('const gchar', '*ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret)\n' +
- ' return PyString_FromString(ret);\n'+
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n' +
- ' return Py_None;')
-
-class UCharArg(ArgType):
- # allows strings with embedded NULLs.
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('guchar', '*' + pname + ' = "' + pdflt + '"')
- else:
- info.varlist.add('guchar', '*' + pname)
- info.varlist.add('int', pname + '_len')
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- if pnull:
- info.add_parselist('z#', ['&' + pname, '&' + pname + '_len'],
- [pname])
- else:
- info.add_parselist('s#', ['&' + pname, '&' + pname + '_len'],
- [pname])
-
-class CharArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('char', pname + " = '" + pdflt + "'")
- else:
- info.varlist.add('char', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('c', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('gchar', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyString_FromStringAndSize(&ret, 1);')
-class GUniCharArg(ArgType):
- ret_tmpl = ('#if !defined(Py_UNICODE_SIZE) || Py_UNICODE_SIZE == 2\n'
- ' if (ret > 0xffff) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_RuntimeError, "returned character can not be represented in 16-bit unicode");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n'
- '#endif\n'
- ' py_ret = (Py_UNICODE)ret;\n'
- ' return PyUnicode_FromUnicode(&py_ret, 1);\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('gunichar', pname + " = '" + pdflt + "'")
- else:
- info.varlist.add('gunichar', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O&', ['pyg_pyobj_to_unichar_conv', '&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('gunichar', 'ret')
- info.varlist.add('Py_UNICODE', 'py_ret')
- info.codeafter.append(self.ret_tmpl)
-
-
-class IntArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('int', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('int', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('i', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('int', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyInt_FromLong(ret);')
-
-class UIntArg(ArgType):
- dflt = (' if (py_%(name)s) {\n'
- ' if (PyLong_Check(py_%(name)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = PyLong_AsUnsignedLong(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else if (PyInt_Check(py_%(name)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = PyInt_AsLong(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "Parameter \'%(name)s\' must be an int or a long");\n'
- ' if (PyErr_Occurred())\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- before = (' if (PyLong_Check(py_%(name)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = PyLong_AsUnsignedLong(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else if (PyInt_Check(py_%(name)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = PyInt_AsLong(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "Parameter \'%(name)s\' must be an int or a long");\n'
- ' if (PyErr_Occurred())\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if not pdflt:
- pdflt = '0';
-
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.codebefore.append(self.dflt % {'name':pname})
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', "*py_" + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add(ptype, 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromUnsignedLong(ret);')
-
-class SizeArg(ArgType):
-
- if struct.calcsize('P') <= struct.calcsize('l'):
- llp64 = True
- else:
- llp64 = False
-
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- if self.llp64:
- info.add_parselist('k', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.add_parselist('K', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add(ptype, 'ret')
- if self.llp64:
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromUnsignedLongLong(ret);\n')
- else:
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromUnsignedLong(ret);\n')
-
-class SSizeArg(ArgType):
-
- if struct.calcsize('P') <= struct.calcsize('l'):
- llp64 = True
- else:
- llp64 = False
-
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- if self.llp64:
- info.add_parselist('l', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.add_parselist('L', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add(ptype, 'ret')
- if self.llp64:
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromLongLong(ret);\n')
- else:
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromLong(ret);\n')
-
-class LongArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add(ptype, pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('l', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add(ptype, 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyInt_FromLong(ret);\n')
-
-class BoolArg(IntArg):
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('int', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyBool_FromLong(ret);\n')
-
-class TimeTArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('time_t', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('time_t', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('i', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('time_t', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyInt_FromLong(ret);')
-
-class ULongArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('unsigned long', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('unsigned long', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('k', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add(ptype, 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromUnsignedLong(ret);\n')
-
-class UInt32Arg(ULongArg):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- ULongArg.write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info)
- ## if sizeof(unsigned long) > sizeof(unsigned int), we need to
- ## check the value is within guint32 range
- if struct.calcsize('L') > struct.calcsize('I'):
- info.codebefore.append((
- ' if (%(pname)s > G_MAXUINT32) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_ValueError,\n'
- ' "Value out of range in conversion of"\n'
- ' " %(pname)s parameter to unsigned 32 bit integer");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n') % vars())
-
-class Int64Arg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('gint64', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('gint64', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('L', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('gint64', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromLongLong(ret);')
-
-class UInt64Arg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('guint64', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('guint64', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('K', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('guint64', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyLong_FromUnsignedLongLong(ret);')
-
-
-class DoubleArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('double', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('double', pname)
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('d', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('double', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return PyFloat_FromDouble(ret);')
-
-class FileArg(ArgType):
- nulldflt = (' if (py_%(name)s == Py_None)\n'
- ' %(name)s = NULL;\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s && PyFile_Check(py_%(name)s)\n'
- ' %s = PyFile_AsFile(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a file object or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }')
- null = (' if (py_%(name)s && PyFile_Check(py_%(name)s)\n'
- ' %(name)s = PyFile_AsFile(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a file object or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- dflt = (' if (py_%(name)s)\n'
- ' %(name)s = PyFile_AsFile(py_%(name)s);\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('FILE', '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.nulldflt % {'name':pname})
- else:
- info.varlist.add('FILE', '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.null & {'name':pname})
- info.arglist.appned(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('FILE', '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.dflt % {'name':pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- else:
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*' + pname)
- info.arglist.append('PyFile_AsFile(' + pname + ')')
- info.add_parselist('O!', ['&PyFile_Type', '&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('FILE', '*ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret)\n' +
- ' return PyFile_FromFile(ret, "", "", fclose);\n' +
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n' +
- ' return Py_None;')
-
-class EnumArg(ArgType):
- enum = (' if (pyg_enum_get_value(%(typecode)s, py_%(name)s, (gint *)&%(name)s))\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def __init__(self, enumname, typecode):
- self.enumname = enumname
- self.typecode = typecode
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(self.enumname, pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.enumname, pname)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.enum % { 'typecode': self.typecode,
- 'name': pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname]);
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('gint', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return pyg_enum_from_gtype(%s, ret);' % self.typecode)
-
-class FlagsArg(ArgType):
- flag = (' if (%(default)spyg_flags_get_value(%(typecode)s, py_%(name)s, (gint *)&%(name)s))\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def __init__(self, flagname, typecode):
- self.flagname = flagname
- self.typecode = typecode
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(self.flagname, pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- default = "py_%s && " % (pname,)
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.flagname, pname)
- default = ""
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.flag % {'default':default,
- 'typecode':self.typecode,
- 'name':pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('guint', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return pyg_flags_from_gtype(%s, ret);' % self.typecode)
-
-class ObjectArg(ArgType):
- # should change these checks to more typesafe versions that check
- # a little further down in the class heirachy.
- nulldflt = (' if ((PyObject *)py_%(name)s == Py_None)\n'
- ' %(name)s = NULL;\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s && pygobject_check(py_%(name)s, &Py%(type)s_Type))\n'
- ' %(name)s = %(cast)s(py_%(name)s->obj);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(type)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- null = (' if (py_%(name)s && pygobject_check(py_%(name)s, &Py%(type)s_Type))\n'
- ' %(name)s = %(cast)s(py_%(name)s->obj);\n'
- ' else if ((PyObject *)py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(type)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- dflt = ' if (py_%(name)s)\n' \
- ' %(name)s = %(cast)s(py_%(name)s->obj);\n'
- def __init__(self, objname, parent, typecode):
- self.objname = objname
- self.cast = string.replace(typecode, '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- self.parent = parent
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(self.objname, '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyGObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.nulldflt % {'name':pname,
- 'cast':self.cast,
- 'type':self.objname})
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.objname, '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyGObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name':pname,
- 'cast':self.cast,
- 'type':self.objname})
- if ptype.endswith('*'):
- typename = ptype[:-1]
- try:
- const, typename = typename.split('const-')
- except ValueError:
- const = ''
- if typename != ptype:
- info.arglist.append('(%s *) %s' % (ptype[:-1], pname))
- else:
- info.arglist.append(pname)
-
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(self.objname, '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyGObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.dflt % {'name':pname,
- 'cast':self.cast})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O!', ['&Py%s_Type' % self.objname,
- '&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.varlist.add('PyGObject', '*' + pname)
- info.arglist.append('%s(%s->obj)' % (self.cast, pname))
- info.add_parselist('O!', ['&Py%s_Type' % self.objname,
- '&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- if ptype.endswith('*'):
- typename = ptype[:-1]
- try:
- const, typename = typename.split('const-')
- except ValueError:
- const = ''
- info.varlist.add(typename, '*ret')
- if ownsreturn:
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_ret')
- # < GLib 2.8: using our custom _new and _unref functions
- # makes sure we update the proper GstObject refcount
- info.codeafter.append(' py_ret = pygobject_new((GObject *)ret);\n'
- ' if (ret != NULL)\n'
- ' g_object_unref((GObject *)ret);\n'
- ' return py_ret;')
- else:
- info.codeafter.append(' /* pygobject_new handles NULL checking */\n' +
- ' return pygobject_new((GObject *)ret);')
-
-class MiniObjectArg(ArgType):
- # should change these checks to more typesafe versions that check
- # a little further down in the class heirachy.
- nulldflt = (' if ((PyObject *)py_%(name)s == Py_None)\n'
- ' %(name)s = NULL;\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s) && pygstminiobject_check(py_%(name)s, &Py%(type)s_Type))\n'
- ' %(name)s = %(cast)s(py_%(name)s->obj);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(type)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- null = (' if (py_%(name)s && pygstminiobject_check(py_%(name)s, &Py%(type)s_Type))\n'
- ' %(name)s = %(cast)s(py_%(name)s->obj);\n'
- ' else if ((PyObject *)py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(type)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- dflt = ' if (py_%(name)s)\n' \
- ' %(name)s = %(cast)s(py_%(name)s->obj);\n'
- def __init__(self, objname, parent, typecode):
- self.objname = objname
- self.cast = string.replace(typecode, '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- self.parent = parent
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(self.objname, '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyGstMiniObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.nulldflt % {'name':pname,
- 'cast':self.cast,
- 'type':self.objname})
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.objname, '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyGstMiniObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name':pname,
- 'cast':self.cast,
- 'type':self.objname})
- if ptype.endswith('*'):
- typename = ptype[:-1]
- try:
- const, typename = typename.split('const-')
- except ValueError:
- const = ''
- if typename != ptype:
- info.arglist.append('(%s *) %s' % (ptype[:-1], pname))
- else:
- info.arglist.append(pname)
-
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add(self.objname, '*' + pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyGstMiniObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.dflt % {'name':pname,
- 'cast':self.cast})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&Py%s_Type' % self.objname,
- '&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.varlist.add('PyGstMiniObject', '*' + pname)
- info.arglist.append('%s(%s->obj)' % (self.cast, pname))
- info.add_parselist('O!', ['&Py%s_Type' % self.objname,
- '&' + pname], [pname])
- if keeprefcount:
- info.codebefore.append(' gst_mini_object_ref(GST_MINI_OBJECT(%s->obj));\n' % pname)
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- if ptype.endswith('*'):
- typename = ptype[:-1]
- try:
- const, typename = typename.split('const-')
- except ValueError:
- const = ''
- info.varlist.add(typename, '*ret')
- if ownsreturn:
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' py_ret = pygstminiobject_new((GstMiniObject *)ret);\n'
- ' if (ret != NULL)\n'
- ' gst_mini_object_unref((GstMiniObject *)ret);\n'
- ' return py_ret;')
- else:
- info.codeafter.append(' /* pygobject_new handles NULL checking */\n' +
- ' return pygstminiobject_new((GstMiniObject *)ret);')
-
-class BoxedArg(ArgType):
- # haven't done support for default args. Is it needed?
- check = (' if (pyg_boxed_check(py_%(name)s, %(typecode)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = pyg_boxed_get(py_%(name)s, %(typename)s);\n'
- ' else {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(typename)s");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- null = (' if (pyg_boxed_check(py_%(name)s, %(typecode)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = pyg_boxed_get(py_%(name)s, %(typename)s);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(typename)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- def __init__(self, ptype, typecode):
- self.typename = ptype
- self.typecode = typecode
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = Py_None')
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name': pname,
- 'typename': self.typename,
- 'typecode': self.typecode})
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.check % {'name': pname,
- 'typename': self.typename,
- 'typecode': self.typecode})
- if ptype[-1] == '*':
- typename = ptype[:-1]
- if typename[:6] == 'const-': typename = typename[6:]
- if typename != self.typename:
- info.arglist.append('(%s *)%s' % (ptype[:-1], pname))
- else:
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- else:
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- ret_tmpl = ' /* pyg_boxed_new handles NULL checking */\n' \
- ' return pyg_boxed_new(%(typecode)s, %(ret)s, %(copy)s, TRUE);'
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- if ptype[-1] == '*':
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, '*ret')
- ret = 'ret'
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, 'ret')
- ret = '&ret'
- ownsreturn = 0 # of course it can't own a ref to a local var ...
- info.codeafter.append(self.ret_tmpl %
- { 'typecode': self.typecode,
- 'ret': ret,
- 'copy': ownsreturn and 'FALSE' or 'TRUE'})
-
-class CustomBoxedArg(ArgType):
- # haven't done support for default args. Is it needed?
- null = (' if (%(check)s(py_%(name)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = %(get)s(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(type)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- def __init__(self, ptype, pytype, getter, new):
- self.pytype = pytype
- self.getter = getter
- self.checker = 'Py' + ptype + '_Check'
- self.new = new
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- info.varlist.add(ptype[:-1], '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = Py_None')
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name': pname,
- 'get': self.getter,
- 'check': self.checker,
- 'type': ptype[:-1]})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*' + pname)
- info.arglist.append(self.getter + '(' + pname + ')')
- info.add_parselist('O!', ['&' + self.pytype, '&' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add(ptype[:-1], '*ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret)\n' +
- ' return ' + self.new + '(ret);\n' +
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n' +
- ' return Py_None;')
-
-class PointerArg(ArgType):
- # haven't done support for default args. Is it needed?
- check = (' if (pyg_pointer_check(py_%(name)s, %(typecode)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = pyg_pointer_get(py_%(name)s, %(typename)s);\n'
- ' else {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(typename)s");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- null = (' if (pyg_pointer_check(py_%(name)s, %(typecode)s))\n'
- ' %(name)s = pyg_pointer_get(py_%(name)s, %(typename)s);\n'
- ' else if (py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "%(name)s should be a %(typename)s or None");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- def __init__(self, ptype, typecode):
- self.typename = ptype
- self.typecode = typecode
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = Py_None')
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name': pname,
- 'typename': self.typename,
- 'typecode': self.typecode})
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.check % {'name': pname,
- 'typename': self.typename,
- 'typecode': self.typecode})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- if ptype[-1] == '*':
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, '*ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' /* pyg_pointer_new handles NULL checking */\n' +
- ' return pyg_pointer_new(' + self.typecode + ', ret);')
- else:
- info.varlist.add(self.typename, 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' /* pyg_pointer_new handles NULL checking */\n' +
- ' return pyg_pointer_new(' + self.typecode + ', &ret);')
-
-class AtomArg(IntArg):
- dflt = ' if (py_%(name)s) {\n' \
- ' %(name)s = pygdk_atom_from_pyobject(py_%(name)s);\n' \
- ' if (PyErr_Occurred())\n' \
- ' return NULL;\n' \
- ' }\n'
- atom = (' %(name)s = pygdk_atom_from_pyobject(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' if (PyErr_Occurred())\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pdflt:
- info.varlist.add('GdkAtom', pname + ' = ' + pdflt)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.dflt % {'name': pname})
- else:
- info.varlist.add('GdkAtom', pname)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.atom % {'name': pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('GdkAtom', 'ret')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject *', 'py_ret')
- info.varlist.add('gchar *', 'name')
- info.codeafter.append(' name = gdk_atom_name(ret);\n'
- ' py_ret = PyString_FromString(name);\n'
- ' g_free(name);\n'
- ' return py_ret;')
-
-class GTypeArg(ArgType):
- gtype = (' if ((%(name)s = pyg_type_from_object(py_%(name)s)) == 0)\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- info.varlist.add('GType', pname)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.codebefore.append(self.gtype % {'name': pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('GType', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return pyg_type_wrapper_new(ret);')
-
-# simple GError handler.
-class GErrorArg(ArgType):
- handleerror = (' if (pyg_error_check(&%(name)s))\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- info.varlist.add('GError', '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.arglist.append('&' + pname)
- info.codeafter.append(self.handleerror % { 'name': pname })
-
-class GtkTreePathArg(ArgType):
- # haven't done support for default args. Is it needed?
- normal = (' %(name)s = pygtk_tree_path_from_pyobject(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' if (!%(name)s) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "could not convert %(name)s to a GtkTreePath");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n')
- null = (' if (py_%(name)s != Py_None) {\n'
- ' %(name)s = pygtk_tree_path_from_pyobject(py_%(name)s);\n'
- ' if (!%(name)s) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "could not convert %(name)s to a GtkTreePath");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' }\n')
- freepath = (' if (%(name)s)\n'
- ' gtk_tree_path_free(%(name)s);\n')
- def __init__(self):
- pass
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- info.varlist.add('GtkTreePath', '*' + pname + ' = NULL')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = Py_None')
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name': pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- else:
- info.varlist.add('GtkTreePath', '*' + pname)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.normal % {'name': pname})
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- info.codeafter.append(self.freepath % {'name': pname})
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('GtkTreePath', '*ret')
- if ownsreturn:
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret) {\n'
- ' PyObject *py_ret = pygtk_tree_path_to_pyobject(ret);\n'
- ' gtk_tree_path_free(ret);\n'
- ' return py_ret;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n'
- ' return Py_None;')
- else:
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret) {\n'
- ' PyObject *py_ret = pygtk_tree_path_to_pyobject(ret);\n'
- ' return py_ret;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n'
- ' return Py_None;')
-
-class GdkRectanglePtrArg(ArgType):
- normal = (' if (!pygdk_rectangle_from_pyobject(py_%(name)s, &%(name)s))\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- null = (' if (py_%(name)s == Py_None)\n'
- ' %(name)s = NULL;\n'
- ' else if (pygdk_rectangle_from_pyobject(py_%(name)s, &%(name)s_rect))\n'
- ' %(name)s = &%(name)s_rect;\n'
- ' else\n'
- ' return NULL;\n')
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- if pnull:
- info.varlist.add('GdkRectangle', pname + '_rect = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }')
- info.varlist.add('GdkRectangle', '*' + pname)
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname + ' = Py_None')
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.null % {'name': pname})
- else:
- info.varlist.add('GdkRectangle', pname + ' = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }')
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*py_' + pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&py_' + pname], [pname])
- info.arglist.append('&' + pname)
- info.codebefore.append(self.normal % {'name': pname})
-
-class GdkRectangleArg(ArgType):
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add('GdkRectangle', 'ret')
- info.codeafter.append(' return pyg_boxed_new(GDK_TYPE_RECTANGLE, &ret, TRUE, TRUE);')
-
-class PyObjectArg(ArgType):
- def write_param(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, keeprefcount, info):
- info.varlist.add('PyObject', '*' + pname)
- info.add_parselist('O', ['&' + pname], [pname])
- info.arglist.append(pname)
- def write_return(self, ptype, ownsreturn, info):
- info.varlist.add("PyObject", "*ret")
- if ownsreturn:
- info.codeafter.append(' if (ret) {\n'
- ' return ret;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n'
- ' return Py_None;')
- else:
- info.codeafter.append(' if (!ret) ret = Py_None;\n'
- ' Py_INCREF(ret);\n'
- ' return ret;')
-
-class ArgMatcher:
- def __init__(self):
- self.argtypes = {}
- self.reverse_argtypes = {}
- self.reverse_rettypes = {}
-
- def register(self, ptype, handler):
- self.argtypes[ptype] = handler
- def register_reverse(self, ptype, handler):
- self.reverse_argtypes[ptype] = handler
- def register_reverse_ret(self, ptype, handler):
- self.reverse_rettypes[ptype] = handler
-
- def register_enum(self, ptype, typecode):
- if typecode is None:
- typecode = "G_TYPE_NONE"
- self.register(ptype, EnumArg(ptype, typecode))
- def register_flag(self, ptype, typecode):
- if typecode is None:
- typecode = "G_TYPE_NONE"
- self.register(ptype, FlagsArg(ptype, typecode))
- def register_object(self, ptype, parent, typecode):
- oa = ObjectArg(ptype, parent, typecode)
- self.register(ptype, oa) # in case I forget the * in the .defs
- self.register(ptype+'*', oa)
- self.register('const-'+ptype+'*', oa)
- if ptype == 'GdkPixmap':
- # hack to handle GdkBitmap synonym.
- self.register('GdkBitmap', oa)
- self.register('GdkBitmap*', oa)
- def register_miniobject(self, ptype, parent, typecode):
- oa = MiniObjectArg(ptype, parent, typecode)
- self.register(ptype, oa) # in case I forget the * in the .defs
- self.register(ptype+'*', oa)
- def register_boxed(self, ptype, typecode):
- if self.argtypes.has_key(ptype): return
- arg = BoxedArg(ptype, typecode)
- self.register(ptype, arg)
- self.register(ptype+'*', arg)
- self.register('const-'+ptype+'*', arg)
- def register_custom_boxed(self, ptype, pytype, getter, new):
- arg = CustomBoxedArg(ptype, pytype, getter, new)
- self.register(ptype+'*', arg)
- self.register('const-'+ptype+'*', arg)
- def register_pointer(self, ptype, typecode):
- arg = PointerArg(ptype, typecode)
- self.register(ptype, arg)
- self.register(ptype+'*', arg)
- self.register('const-'+ptype+'*', arg)
-
- def get(self, ptype):
- try:
- return self.argtypes[ptype]
- except KeyError:
- if ptype[:8] == 'GdkEvent' and ptype[-1] == '*':
- return self.argtypes['GdkEvent*']
- raise
- def _get_reverse_common(self, ptype, registry):
- props = dict(c_type=ptype)
- try:
- return registry[ptype], props
- except KeyError:
- try:
- handler = self.argtypes[ptype]
- except KeyError:
- if ptype.startswith('GdkEvent') and ptype.endswith('*'):
- handler = self.argtypes['GdkEvent*']
- else:
- raise
- if isinstance(handler, ObjectArg):
- return registry['GObject*'], props
- elif isinstance(handler, EnumArg):
- props['typecode'] = handler.typecode
- props['enumname'] = handler.enumname
- return registry['GEnum'], props
- elif isinstance(handler, FlagsArg):
- props['typecode'] = handler.typecode
- props['flagname'] = handler.flagname
- return registry['GFlags'], props
- elif isinstance(handler, BoxedArg):
- props['typecode'] = handler.typecode
- props['typename'] = handler.typename
- return registry['GBoxed'], props
- else:
- raise
- def get_reverse(self, ptype):
- return self._get_reverse_common(ptype, self.reverse_argtypes)
- def get_reverse_ret(self, ptype):
- return self._get_reverse_common(ptype, self.reverse_rettypes)
-
- def object_is_a(self, otype, parent):
- if otype == None: return 0
- if otype == parent: return 1
- if not self.argtypes.has_key(otype): return 0
- return self.object_is_a(self.get(otype).parent, parent)
-
-matcher = ArgMatcher()
-
-arg = NoneArg()
-matcher.register(None, arg)
-matcher.register('none', arg)
-
-arg = StringArg()
-matcher.register('char*', arg)
-matcher.register('gchar*', arg)
-matcher.register('const-char*', arg)
-matcher.register('char-const*', arg)
-matcher.register('const-gchar*', arg)
-matcher.register('gchar-const*', arg)
-matcher.register('string', arg)
-matcher.register('static_string', arg)
-
-arg = UCharArg()
-matcher.register('unsigned-char*', arg)
-matcher.register('const-guchar*', arg)
-matcher.register('guchar*', arg)
-
-arg = CharArg()
-matcher.register('char', arg)
-matcher.register('gchar', arg)
-matcher.register('guchar', arg)
-
-arg = GUniCharArg()
-matcher.register('gunichar', arg)
-
-arg = IntArg()
-matcher.register('int', arg)
-matcher.register('gint', arg)
-matcher.register('short', arg)
-matcher.register('gshort', arg)
-matcher.register('gushort', arg)
-matcher.register('gsize', SizeArg())
-matcher.register('gssize', SSizeArg())
-matcher.register('guint8', arg)
-matcher.register('gint8', arg)
-matcher.register('guint16', arg)
-matcher.register('gint16', arg)
-matcher.register('gint32', arg)
-matcher.register('GTime', arg)
-
-arg = LongArg()
-matcher.register('long', arg)
-matcher.register('glong', arg)
-
-arg = UIntArg()
-matcher.register('guint', arg)
-
-arg = BoolArg()
-matcher.register('gboolean', arg)
-
-arg = TimeTArg()
-matcher.register('time_t', arg)
-
-matcher.register('guint32', UInt32Arg())
-
-arg = ULongArg()
-matcher.register('gulong', arg)
-
-arg = Int64Arg()
-matcher.register('gint64', arg)
-matcher.register('long-long', arg)
-
-arg = UInt64Arg()
-matcher.register('guint64', arg)
-matcher.register('unsigned-long-long', arg)
-
-arg = DoubleArg()
-matcher.register('double', arg)
-matcher.register('gdouble', arg)
-matcher.register('float', arg)
-matcher.register('gfloat', arg)
-
-arg = FileArg()
-matcher.register('FILE*', arg)
-
-# enums, flags, objects
-
-matcher.register('GdkAtom', AtomArg())
-
-matcher.register('GType', GTypeArg())
-matcher.register('GtkType', GTypeArg())
-
-matcher.register('GError**', GErrorArg())
-matcher.register('GtkTreePath*', GtkTreePathArg())
-matcher.register('GdkRectangle*', GdkRectanglePtrArg())
-matcher.register('GtkAllocation*', GdkRectanglePtrArg())
-matcher.register('GdkRectangle', GdkRectangleArg())
-matcher.register('PyObject*', PyObjectArg())
-
-matcher.register('GdkNativeWindow', ULongArg())
-
-matcher.register_object('GObject', None, 'G_TYPE_OBJECT')
-matcher.register_miniobject('GstMiniObject', None, 'GST_TYPE_MINI_OBJECT')
-
-del arg
diff --git a/python/codegen/code-coverage.py b/python/codegen/code-coverage.py
deleted file mode 100755
index fd15034..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/code-coverage.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-from __future__ import generators
-import sys, os
-
-def read_symbols(file, type=None, dynamic=0):
- if dynamic:
- cmd = 'nm -D %s' % file
- else:
- cmd = 'nm %s' % file
- for line in os.popen(cmd, 'r'):
- if line[0] != ' ': # has an address as first bit of line
- while line[0] != ' ':
- line = line[1:]
- while line[0] == ' ':
- line = line[1:]
- # we should be up to "type symbolname" now
- sym_type = line[0]
- symbol = line[1:].strip()
-
- if not type or type == sym_type:
- yield symbol
-
-def main():
- if len(sys.argv) != 3:
- sys.stderr.write('usage: coverage-check library.so wrapper.so\n')
- sys.exit(1)
- library = sys.argv[1]
- wrapper = sys.argv[2]
-
- # first create a dict with all referenced symbols in the wrapper
- # should really be a set, but a dict will do ...
- wrapper_symbols = {}
- for symbol in read_symbols(wrapper, type='U', dynamic=1):
- wrapper_symbols[symbol] = 1
-
- # now go through the library looking for matches on the defined symbols:
- for symbol in read_symbols(library, type='T', dynamic=1):
- if symbol[0] == '_': continue
- if symbol not in wrapper_symbols:
- print symbol
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- main()
diff --git a/python/codegen/codegen.py b/python/codegen/codegen.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 8f20bf7..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/codegen.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,1572 +0,0 @@
-import getopt
-import keyword
-import os
-import string
-import sys
-
-import argtypes
-import definitions
-import defsparser
-import override
-import reversewrapper
-
-class Coverage(object):
- def __init__(self, name):
- self.name = name
- self.wrapped = 0
- self.not_wrapped = 0
-
- def declare_wrapped(self):
- self.wrapped += 1
-
- def declare_not_wrapped(self):
- self.not_wrapped += 1
-
- def printstats(self):
- total = self.wrapped + self.not_wrapped
- fd = sys.stderr
- if total:
- fd.write("***INFO*** The coverage of %s is %.2f%% (%i/%i)\n" %
- (self.name,
- float(self.wrapped*100)/total,
- self.wrapped,
- total))
- else:
- fd.write("***INFO*** There are no declared %s." % self.name)
-
-functions_coverage = Coverage("global functions")
-methods_coverage = Coverage("methods")
-vproxies_coverage = Coverage("virtual proxies")
-vaccessors_coverage = Coverage("virtual accessors")
-iproxies_coverage = Coverage("interface proxies")
-
-def exc_info():
- #traceback.print_exc()
- etype, value, tb = sys.exc_info()
- ret = ""
- try:
- sval = str(value)
- if etype == KeyError:
- ret = "No ArgType for %s" % (sval,)
- else:
- ret = sval
- finally:
- del etype, value, tb
- return ret
-
-def fixname(name):
- if keyword.iskeyword(name):
- return name + '_'
- return name
-
-class FileOutput:
- '''Simple wrapper for file object, that makes writing #line
- statements easier.''' # "
- def __init__(self, fp, filename=None):
- self.fp = fp
- self.lineno = 1
- if filename:
- self.filename = filename
- else:
- self.filename = self.fp.name
- # handle writing to the file, and keep track of the line number ...
- def write(self, str):
- self.fp.write(str)
- self.lineno = self.lineno + string.count(str, '\n')
- def writelines(self, sequence):
- for line in sequence:
- self.write(line)
- def close(self):
- self.fp.close()
- def flush(self):
- self.fp.flush()
-
- def setline(self, linenum, filename):
- '''writes out a #line statement, for use by the C
- preprocessor.''' # "
- self.write('#line %d "%s"\n' % (linenum, filename))
- def resetline(self):
- '''resets line numbering to the original file'''
- self.setline(self.lineno + 1, self.filename)
-
-class Wrapper:
- type_tmpl = (
- 'PyTypeObject Py%(typename)s_Type = {\n'
- ' PyObject_HEAD_INIT(NULL)\n'
- ' 0, /* ob_size */\n'
- ' "%(classname)s", /* tp_name */\n'
- ' sizeof(%(tp_basicsize)s), /* tp_basicsize */\n'
- ' 0, /* tp_itemsize */\n'
- ' /* methods */\n'
- ' (destructor)%(tp_dealloc)s, /* tp_dealloc */\n'
- ' (printfunc)0, /* tp_print */\n'
- ' (getattrfunc)%(tp_getattr)s, /* tp_getattr */\n'
- ' (setattrfunc)%(tp_setattr)s, /* tp_setattr */\n'
- ' (cmpfunc)%(tp_compare)s, /* tp_compare */\n'
- ' (reprfunc)%(tp_repr)s, /* tp_repr */\n'
- ' (PyNumberMethods*)%(tp_as_number)s, /* tp_as_number */\n'
- ' (PySequenceMethods*)%(tp_as_sequence)s, /* tp_as_sequence */\n'
- ' (PyMappingMethods*)%(tp_as_mapping)s, /* tp_as_mapping */\n'
- ' (hashfunc)%(tp_hash)s, /* tp_hash */\n'
- ' (ternaryfunc)%(tp_call)s, /* tp_call */\n'
- ' (reprfunc)%(tp_str)s, /* tp_str */\n'
- ' (getattrofunc)%(tp_getattro)s, /* tp_getattro */\n'
- ' (setattrofunc)%(tp_setattro)s, /* tp_setattro */\n'
- ' (PyBufferProcs*)%(tp_as_buffer)s, /* tp_as_buffer */\n'
- ' %(tp_flags)s, /* tp_flags */\n'
- ' %(tp_doc)s, /* Documentation string */\n'
- ' (traverseproc)%(tp_traverse)s, /* tp_traverse */\n'
- ' (inquiry)%(tp_clear)s, /* tp_clear */\n'
- ' (richcmpfunc)%(tp_richcompare)s, /* tp_richcompare */\n'
- ' %(tp_weaklistoffset)s, /* tp_weaklistoffset */\n'
- ' (getiterfunc)%(tp_iter)s, /* tp_iter */\n'
- ' (iternextfunc)%(tp_iternext)s, /* tp_iternext */\n'
- ' (struct PyMethodDef*)%(tp_methods)s, /* tp_methods */\n'
- ' (struct PyMemberDef*)0, /* tp_members */\n'
- ' (struct PyGetSetDef*)%(tp_getset)s, /* tp_getset */\n'
- ' NULL, /* tp_base */\n'
- ' NULL, /* tp_dict */\n'
- ' (descrgetfunc)%(tp_descr_get)s, /* tp_descr_get */\n'
- ' (descrsetfunc)%(tp_descr_set)s, /* tp_descr_set */\n'
- ' %(tp_dictoffset)s, /* tp_dictoffset */\n'
- ' (initproc)%(tp_init)s, /* tp_init */\n'
- ' (allocfunc)%(tp_alloc)s, /* tp_alloc */\n'
- ' (newfunc)%(tp_new)s, /* tp_new */\n'
- ' (freefunc)%(tp_free)s, /* tp_free */\n'
- ' (inquiry)%(tp_is_gc)s /* tp_is_gc */\n'
- '};\n\n'
- )
-
- slots_list = [
- 'tp_getattr', 'tp_setattr', 'tp_getattro', 'tp_setattro',
- 'tp_compare', 'tp_repr',
- 'tp_as_number', 'tp_as_sequence', 'tp_as_mapping', 'tp_hash',
- 'tp_call', 'tp_str', 'tp_as_buffer', 'tp_richcompare', 'tp_iter',
- 'tp_iternext', 'tp_descr_get', 'tp_descr_set', 'tp_init',
- 'tp_alloc', 'tp_new', 'tp_free', 'tp_is_gc',
- 'tp_traverse', 'tp_clear', 'tp_dealloc', 'tp_flags', 'tp_doc'
- ]
-
- getter_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '%(funcname)s(PyObject *self, void *closure)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- ' ret = %(field)s;\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- parse_tmpl = (
- ' if (!PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords(args, kwargs,'
- '"%(typecodes)s:%(name)s"%(parselist)s))\n'
- ' return %(errorreturn)s;\n'
- )
-
- deprecated_tmpl = (
- ' if (PyErr_Warn(PyExc_DeprecationWarning, '
- '"%(deprecationmsg)s") < 0)\n'
- ' return %(errorreturn)s;\n'
- )
-
- methdef_tmpl = (
- ' { "%(name)s", (PyCFunction)%(cname)s, %(flags)s,\n'
- ' %(docstring)s },\n'
- )
-
- noconstructor = (
- 'static int\n'
- 'pygobject_no_constructor(PyObject *self, PyObject *args, '
- 'PyObject *kwargs)\n'
- '{\n'
- ' gchar buf[512];\n'
- '\n'
- ' g_snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s is an abstract widget", '
- 'self->ob_type->tp_name);\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_NotImplementedError, buf);\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- function_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' %(begin_allow_threads)s\n'
- ' %(setreturn)s%(cname)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- ' %(end_allow_threads)s\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- virtual_accessor_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyObject *cls%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- ' gpointer klass;\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' klass = g_type_class_ref(pyg_type_from_object(cls));\n'
- ' if (%(class_cast_macro)s(klass)->%(virtual)s) {\n'
- ' pyg_begin_allow_threads;\n'
- ' %(setreturn)s%(class_cast_macro)s(klass)->'
- '%(virtual)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- ' pyg_end_allow_threads;\n'
- ' } else {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_NotImplementedError, '
- '"virtual method %(name)s not implemented");\n'
- ' g_type_class_unref(klass);\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' g_type_class_unref(klass);\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- # template for method calls
- constructor_tmpl = None
- method_tmpl = None
-
- def __init__(self, parser, objinfo, overrides, fp=FileOutput(sys.stdout)):
- self.parser = parser
- self.objinfo = objinfo
- self.overrides = overrides
- self.fp = fp
-
- def get_lower_name(self):
- return string.lower(string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode,
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1))
-
- def get_field_accessor(self, fieldname):
- raise NotImplementedError
-
- def get_initial_class_substdict(self): return {}
-
- def get_initial_constructor_substdict(self, constructor):
- return { 'name': '%s.__init__' % self.objinfo.c_name,
- 'errorreturn': '-1' }
- def get_initial_method_substdict(self, method):
- substdict = { 'name': '%s.%s' % (self.objinfo.c_name, method.name) }
- substdict['begin_allow_threads'] = 'pyg_begin_allow_threads;'
- substdict['end_allow_threads'] = 'pyg_end_allow_threads;'
- return substdict
-
- def write_class(self):
- if self.overrides.is_type_ignored(self.objinfo.c_name):
- return
- self.fp.write('\n/* ----------- %s ----------- */\n\n' %
- self.objinfo.c_name)
- substdict = self.get_initial_class_substdict()
- if not substdict.has_key('tp_flags'):
- substdict['tp_flags'] = 'Py_TPFLAGS_DEFAULT | Py_TPFLAGS_BASETYPE'
- substdict['typename'] = self.objinfo.c_name
- if self.overrides.modulename:
- substdict['classname'] = '%s.%s' % (self.overrides.modulename,
- self.objinfo.name)
- else:
- substdict['classname'] = self.objinfo.name
- substdict['tp_doc'] = self.objinfo.docstring
-
- # Maybe this could be done in a nicer way, but I'll leave it as it is
- # for now: -- Johan
- if not self.overrides.slot_is_overriden('%s.tp_init' %
- self.objinfo.c_name):
- substdict['tp_init'] = self.write_constructor()
- substdict['tp_methods'] = self.write_methods()
- substdict['tp_getset'] = self.write_getsets()
-
- # handle slots ...
- for slot in self.slots_list:
-
- slotname = '%s.%s' % (self.objinfo.c_name, slot)
- slotfunc = '_wrap_%s_%s' % (self.get_lower_name(), slot)
- if slot[:6] == 'tp_as_':
- slotfunc = '&' + slotfunc
- if self.overrides.slot_is_overriden(slotname):
- data = self.overrides.slot_override(slotname)
- self.write_function(slotname, data)
- substdict[slot] = slotfunc
- else:
- if not substdict.has_key(slot):
- substdict[slot] = '0'
-
- self.fp.write(self.type_tmpl % substdict)
-
- self.write_virtuals()
-
- def write_function_wrapper(self, function_obj, template,
- handle_return=0, is_method=0, kwargs_needed=0,
- substdict=None):
- '''This function is the guts of all functions that generate
- wrappers for functions, methods and constructors.'''
- if not substdict: substdict = {}
-
- info = argtypes.WrapperInfo()
-
- substdict.setdefault('errorreturn', 'NULL')
-
- # for methods, we want the leading comma
- if is_method:
- info.arglist.append('')
-
- if function_obj.varargs:
- raise ValueError, "varargs functions not supported"
-
- for param in function_obj.params:
- if param.pdflt and '|' not in info.parsestr:
- info.add_parselist('|', [], [])
- handler = argtypes.matcher.get(param.ptype)
- handler.write_param(param.ptype, param.pname, param.pdflt,
- param.pnull, param.keeprefcount, info)
-
- substdict['setreturn'] = ''
- if handle_return:
- if function_obj.ret not in ('none', None):
- substdict['setreturn'] = 'ret = '
- handler = argtypes.matcher.get(function_obj.ret)
- handler.write_return(function_obj.ret,
- function_obj.caller_owns_return, info)
-
- if function_obj.deprecated != None:
- deprecated = self.deprecated_tmpl % {
- 'deprecationmsg': function_obj.deprecated,
- 'errorreturn': substdict['errorreturn'] }
- else:
- deprecated = ''
-
- # if name isn't set, set it to function_obj.name
- substdict.setdefault('name', function_obj.name)
-
- substdict['begin_allow_threads'] = 'pyg_begin_allow_threads;'
- substdict['end_allow_threads'] = 'pyg_end_allow_threads;'
-
- if self.objinfo:
- substdict['typename'] = self.objinfo.c_name
- substdict.setdefault('cname', function_obj.c_name)
- substdict['varlist'] = info.get_varlist()
- substdict['typecodes'] = info.parsestr
- substdict['parselist'] = info.get_parselist()
- substdict['arglist'] = info.get_arglist()
- substdict['codebefore'] = deprecated + (
- string.replace(info.get_codebefore(),
- 'return NULL', 'return ' + substdict['errorreturn'])
- )
- substdict['codeafter'] = (
- string.replace(info.get_codeafter(),
- 'return NULL',
- 'return ' + substdict['errorreturn']))
-
- if info.parsestr or kwargs_needed:
- substdict['parseargs'] = self.parse_tmpl % substdict
- substdict['extraparams'] = ', PyObject *args, PyObject *kwargs'
- flags = 'METH_VARARGS|METH_KEYWORDS'
-
- # prepend the keyword list to the variable list
- substdict['varlist'] = info.get_kwlist() + substdict['varlist']
- else:
- substdict['parseargs'] = ''
- substdict['extraparams'] = ''
- flags = 'METH_NOARGS'
-
- return template % substdict, flags
-
- def write_constructor(self):
- initfunc = '0'
- constructor = self.parser.find_constructor(self.objinfo,self.overrides)
- if not constructor:
- return self.write_default_constructor()
-
- funcname = constructor.c_name
- try:
- if self.overrides.is_overriden(funcname):
- data = self.overrides.override(funcname)
- self.write_function(funcname, data)
- self.objinfo.has_new_constructor_api = (
- self.objinfo.typecode in
- self.overrides.newstyle_constructors)
- else:
- # ok, a hack to determine if we should use
- # new-style constructores :P
- property_based = getattr(self,
- 'write_property_based_constructor',
- None)
- if property_based:
- if (len(constructor.params) == 0 or
- isinstance(constructor.params[0],
- definitions.Property)):
- # write_property_based_constructor is only
- # implemented in GObjectWrapper
- return self.write_property_based_constructor(
- constructor)
- else:
- sys.stderr.write(
- "Warning: generating old-style constructor for:" +
- constructor.c_name + '\n')
-
- # write constructor from template ...
- code = self.write_function_wrapper(constructor,
- self.constructor_tmpl,
- handle_return=0, is_method=0, kwargs_needed=1,
- substdict=self.get_initial_constructor_substdict(
- constructor))[0]
- self.fp.write(code)
- initfunc = '_wrap_' + funcname
- except:
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write constructor for %s: %s\n'
- % (self.objinfo.c_name, exc_info()))
-
- initfunc = self.write_noconstructor()
- return initfunc
-
- def write_noconstructor(self):
- # this is a hack ...
- if not hasattr(self.overrides, 'no_constructor_written'):
- self.fp.write(self.noconstructor)
- self.overrides.no_constructor_written = 1
- initfunc = 'pygobject_no_constructor'
- return initfunc
-
- def write_default_constructor(self):
- return self.write_noconstructor()
-
- def get_methflags(self, funcname):
- if self.overrides.wants_kwargs(funcname):
- flags = 'METH_VARARGS|METH_KEYWORDS'
- elif self.overrides.wants_noargs(funcname):
- flags = 'METH_NOARGS'
- elif self.overrides.wants_onearg(funcname):
- flags = 'METH_O'
- else:
- flags = 'METH_VARARGS'
- if self.overrides.is_staticmethod(funcname):
- flags += '|METH_STATIC'
- elif self.overrides.is_classmethod(funcname):
- flags += '|METH_CLASS'
- return flags
-
- def write_function(self, funcname, data):
- lineno, filename = self.overrides.getstartline(funcname)
- self.fp.setline(lineno, filename)
- self.fp.write(data)
- self.fp.resetline()
- self.fp.write('\n\n')
-
- def _get_class_virtual_substdict(self, meth, cname, parent):
- substdict = self.get_initial_method_substdict(meth)
- substdict['virtual'] = substdict['name'].split('.')[1]
- substdict['cname'] = cname
- substdict['class_cast_macro'] = parent.typecode.replace(
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1) + "_CLASS"
- substdict['typecode'] = self.objinfo.typecode
- substdict['cast'] = string.replace(parent.typecode, '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- return substdict
-
- def write_methods(self):
- methods = []
- klass = self.objinfo.c_name
- # First, get methods from the defs files
- for meth in self.parser.find_methods(self.objinfo):
- method_name = meth.c_name
- if self.overrides.is_ignored(method_name):
- continue
- try:
- if self.overrides.is_overriden(method_name):
- if not self.overrides.is_already_included(method_name):
- data = self.overrides.override(method_name)
- self.write_function(method_name, data)
-
- methflags = self.get_methflags(method_name)
- else:
- # write constructor from template ...
- code, methflags = self.write_function_wrapper(meth,
- self.method_tmpl, handle_return=1, is_method=1,
- substdict=self.get_initial_method_substdict(meth))
- self.fp.write(code)
- methods.append(self.methdef_tmpl %
- { 'name': fixname(meth.name),
- 'cname': '_wrap_' + method_name,
- 'flags': methflags,
- 'docstring': meth.docstring })
- methods_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except:
- methods_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write method %s.%s: %s\n'
- % (klass, meth.name, exc_info()))
-
- # Now try to see if there are any defined in the override
- for method_name in self.overrides.get_defines_for(klass):
- c_name = override.class2cname(klass, method_name)
- if self.overrides.is_already_included(method_name):
- continue
-
- try:
- data = self.overrides.define(klass, method_name)
- self.write_function(method_name, data)
- methflags = self.get_methflags(method_name)
-
- methods.append(self.methdef_tmpl %
- { 'name': method_name,
- 'cname': '_wrap_' + c_name,
- 'flags': methflags,
- 'docstring': meth.docstring })
- methods_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except:
- methods_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write method %s.%s: %s\n'
- % (klass, meth.name, exc_info()))
-
- # Add GObject virtual method accessors, for chaining to parent
- # virtuals from subclasses
- methods += self.write_virtual_accessors()
-
- if methods:
- methoddefs = '_Py%s_methods' % self.objinfo.c_name
- # write the PyMethodDef structure
- methods.append(' { NULL, NULL, 0, NULL }\n')
- self.fp.write('static const PyMethodDef %s[] = {\n' % methoddefs)
- self.fp.write(string.join(methods, ''))
- self.fp.write('};\n\n')
- else:
- methoddefs = 'NULL'
- return methoddefs
-
- def write_virtual_accessors(self):
- klass = self.objinfo.c_name
- methods = []
- for meth in self.parser.find_virtuals(self.objinfo):
- method_name = self.objinfo.c_name + "__do_" + meth.name
- if self.overrides.is_ignored(method_name):
- continue
- try:
- if self.overrides.is_overriden(method_name):
- if not self.overrides.is_already_included(method_name):
- data = self.overrides.override(method_name)
- self.write_function(method_name, data)
- methflags = self.get_methflags(method_name)
- else:
- # temporarily add a 'self' parameter as first argument
- meth.params.insert(0, definitions.Parameter(
- ptype=(self.objinfo.c_name + '*'),
- pname='self', pdflt=None, pnull=None))
- try:
- # write method from template ...
- code, methflags = self.write_function_wrapper(
- meth, self.virtual_accessor_tmpl,
- handle_return=True, is_method=False,
- substdict=self._get_class_virtual_substdict(
- meth, method_name, self.objinfo))
- self.fp.write(code)
- finally:
- del meth.params[0]
- methods.append(self.methdef_tmpl %
- { 'name': "do_" + fixname(meth.name),
- 'cname': '_wrap_' + method_name,
- 'flags': methflags + '|METH_CLASS',
- 'docstring': 'NULL'})
- vaccessors_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except:
- vaccessors_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- sys.stderr.write(
- 'Could not write virtual accessor method %s.%s: %s\n'
- % (klass, meth.name, exc_info()))
- return methods
-
- def write_virtuals(self):
- '''
- Write _wrap_FooBar__proxy_do_zbr() reverse wrapers for
- GObject virtuals
- '''
- klass = self.objinfo.c_name
- virtuals = []
- for meth in self.parser.find_virtuals(self.objinfo):
- method_name = self.objinfo.c_name + "__proxy_do_" + meth.name
- if self.overrides.is_ignored(method_name):
- continue
- try:
- if self.overrides.is_overriden(method_name):
- if not self.overrides.is_already_included(method_name):
- data = self.overrides.override(method_name)
- self.write_function(method_name, data)
- else:
- # write virtual proxy ...
- ret, props = argtypes.matcher.get_reverse_ret(meth.ret)
- wrapper = reversewrapper.ReverseWrapper(
- '_wrap_' + method_name, is_static=True)
- wrapper.set_return_type(ret(wrapper, **props))
- wrapper.add_parameter(reversewrapper.PyGObjectMethodParam(
- wrapper, "self", method_name="do_" + meth.name,
- c_type=(klass + ' *')))
- for param in meth.params:
- handler, props = argtypes.matcher.get_reverse(
- param.ptype)
- props["direction"] = param.pdir
- wrapper.add_parameter(handler(wrapper,
- param.pname, **props))
- buf = reversewrapper.MemoryCodeSink()
- wrapper.generate(buf)
- self.fp.write(buf.flush())
- virtuals.append((fixname(meth.name), '_wrap_' + method_name))
- vproxies_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except (KeyError, ValueError):
- vproxies_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- virtuals.append((fixname(meth.name), None))
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write virtual proxy %s.%s: %s\n'
- % (klass, meth.name, exc_info()))
- if virtuals:
- # Write a 'pygtk class init' function for this object,
- # except when the object type is explicitly ignored (like
- # GtkPlug and GtkSocket on win32).
- if self.overrides.is_ignored(self.objinfo.typecode):
- return
- class_cast_macro = self.objinfo.typecode.replace(
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1) + "_CLASS"
- cast_macro = self.objinfo.typecode.replace('_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- funcname = "__%s_class_init" % klass
- self.objinfo.class_init_func = funcname
- have_implemented_virtuals = not not [True
- for name, cname in virtuals
- if cname is not None]
- self.fp.write(
- ('\nstatic int\n'
- '%(funcname)s(gpointer gclass, PyTypeObject *pyclass)\n'
- '{\n') % vars())
-
- if have_implemented_virtuals:
- self.fp.write(' PyObject *o;\n')
- self.fp.write(
- ' %(klass)sClass *klass = '
- '%(class_cast_macro)s(gclass);\n'
- ' PyObject *gsignals = '
- 'PyDict_GetItemString(pyclass->tp_dict, "__gsignals__");\n'
- % vars())
-
- for name, cname in virtuals:
- do_name = 'do_' + name
- if cname is None:
- self.fp.write('\n /* overriding %(do_name)s '
- 'is currently not supported */\n' % vars())
- else:
- self.fp.write('''
- o = PyObject_GetAttrString((PyObject *) pyclass, "%(do_name)s");
- if (o == NULL)
- PyErr_Clear();
- else {
- if (!PyObject_TypeCheck(o, &PyCFunction_Type)
- && !(gsignals && PyDict_GetItemString(gsignals, "%(name)s")))
- klass->%(name)s = %(cname)s;
- Py_DECREF(o);
- }
-''' % vars())
- self.fp.write(' return 0;\n}\n')
-
- def write_getsets(self):
- lower_name = self.get_lower_name()
- getsets_name = lower_name + '_getsets'
- getterprefix = '_wrap_' + lower_name + '__get_'
- setterprefix = '_wrap_' + lower_name + '__set_'
-
- # no overrides for the whole function. If no fields,
- # don't write a func
- if not self.objinfo.fields:
- return '0'
- getsets = []
- for ftype, cfname in self.objinfo.fields:
- fname = cfname.replace('.', '_')
- gettername = '0'
- settername = '0'
- attrname = self.objinfo.c_name + '.' + fname
- if self.overrides.attr_is_overriden(attrname):
- code = self.overrides.attr_override(attrname)
- self.write_function(attrname, code)
- if string.find(code, getterprefix + fname) >= 0:
- gettername = getterprefix + fname
- if string.find(code, setterprefix + fname) >= 0:
- settername = setterprefix + fname
- if gettername == '0':
- try:
- funcname = getterprefix + fname
- info = argtypes.WrapperInfo()
- handler = argtypes.matcher.get(ftype)
- # for attributes, we don't own the "return value"
- handler.write_return(ftype, 0, info)
- self.fp.write(self.getter_tmpl %
- { 'funcname': funcname,
- 'varlist': info.varlist,
- 'field': self.get_field_accessor(cfname),
- 'codeafter': info.get_codeafter() })
- gettername = funcname
- except:
- sys.stderr.write(
- "Could not write getter for %s.%s: %s\n"
- % (self.objinfo.c_name, fname, exc_info()))
- if gettername != '0' or settername != '0':
- getsets.append(' { "%s", (getter)%s, (setter)%s },\n' %
- (fixname(fname), gettername, settername))
-
- if not getsets:
- return '0'
- self.fp.write('static const PyGetSetDef %s[] = {\n' % getsets_name)
- for getset in getsets:
- self.fp.write(getset)
- self.fp.write(' { NULL, (getter)0, (setter)0 },\n')
- self.fp.write('};\n\n')
-
- return getsets_name
-
- def write_functions(self, prefix):
- self.fp.write('\n/* ----------- functions ----------- */\n\n')
- functions = []
-
- # First, get methods from the defs files
- for func in self.parser.find_functions():
- funcname = func.c_name
- if self.overrides.is_ignored(funcname):
- continue
- try:
- if self.overrides.is_overriden(funcname):
- data = self.overrides.override(funcname)
- self.write_function(funcname, data)
-
- methflags = self.get_methflags(funcname)
- else:
- # write constructor from template ...
- code, methflags = self.write_function_wrapper(func,
- self.function_tmpl, handle_return=1, is_method=0)
- self.fp.write(code)
- functions.append(self.methdef_tmpl %
- { 'name': func.name,
- 'cname': '_wrap_' + funcname,
- 'flags': methflags,
- 'docstring': func.docstring })
- functions_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except:
- functions_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write function %s: %s\n'
- % (func.name, exc_info()))
-
- # Now try to see if there are any defined in the override
- for funcname in self.overrides.get_functions():
- try:
- data = self.overrides.function(funcname)
- self.write_function(funcname, data)
- methflags = self.get_methflags(funcname)
- functions.append(self.methdef_tmpl %
- { 'name': funcname,
- 'cname': '_wrap_' + funcname,
- 'flags': methflags,
- 'docstring': 'NULL'})
- functions_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except:
- functions_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write function %s: %s\n'
- % (funcname, exc_info()))
-
- # write the PyMethodDef structure
- functions.append(' { NULL, NULL, 0, NULL }\n')
-
- self.fp.write('const PyMethodDef ' + prefix + '_functions[] = {\n')
- self.fp.write(string.join(functions, ''))
- self.fp.write('};\n\n')
-
-class GObjectWrapper(Wrapper):
- constructor_tmpl = (
- 'static int\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyGObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' self->obj = (GObject *)%(cname)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- ' if (!self->obj) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_RuntimeError, '
- '"could not create %(typename)s object");\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- ' }\n'
- '%(aftercreate)s'
- ' pygobject_register_wrapper((PyObject *)self);\n'
- ' return 0;\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- method_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyGObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' %(begin_allow_threads)s\n'
- ' %(setreturn)s%(cname)s(%(cast)s(self->obj)%(arglist)s);\n'
- ' %(end_allow_threads)s\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
- def __init__(self, parser, objinfo, overrides, fp=FileOutput(sys.stdout)):
- Wrapper.__init__(self, parser, objinfo, overrides, fp)
- if self.objinfo:
- self.castmacro = string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode,
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
-
- def get_initial_class_substdict(self):
- return { 'tp_basicsize' : 'PyGObject',
- 'tp_weaklistoffset' : 'offsetof(PyGObject, weakreflist)',
- 'tp_dictoffset' : 'offsetof(PyGObject, inst_dict)' }
-
- def get_field_accessor(self, fieldname):
- castmacro = string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode, '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- return '%s(pygobject_get(self))->%s' % (castmacro, fieldname)
-
- def get_initial_constructor_substdict(self, constructor):
- substdict = Wrapper.get_initial_constructor_substdict(self,
- constructor)
- if not constructor.caller_owns_return:
- substdict['aftercreate'] = " g_object_ref(self->obj);\n"
- else:
- substdict['aftercreate'] = ''
- return substdict
-
- def get_initial_method_substdict(self, method):
- substdict = Wrapper.get_initial_method_substdict(self, method)
- substdict['cast'] = string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode,
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- return substdict
-
- def write_default_constructor(self):
- try:
- parent = self.parser.find_object(self.objinfo.parent)
- except ValueError:
- parent = None
- if parent is not None:
- ## just like the constructor is inheritted, we should
- # inherit the new API compatibility flag
- self.objinfo.has_new_constructor_api = (
- parent.has_new_constructor_api)
- elif self.objinfo.parent == 'GObject':
- self.objinfo.has_new_constructor_api = True
- return '0'
-
- def write_property_based_constructor(self, constructor):
- self.objinfo.has_new_constructor_api = True
- out = self.fp
- print >> out, "static int"
- print >> out, '_wrap_%s(PyGObject *self, PyObject *args,' \
- ' PyObject *kwargs)\n{' % constructor.c_name
- if constructor.params:
- s = " GType obj_type = pyg_type_from_object((PyObject *) self);"
- print >> out, s
-
- def py_str_list_to_c(arg):
- if arg:
- return "{" + ", ".join(
- map(lambda s: '"' + s + '"', arg)) + ", NULL }"
- else:
- return "{ NULL }"
-
- classname = '%s.%s' % (self.overrides.modulename,
- self.objinfo.name)
-
- if constructor.params:
- mandatory_arguments = [param for param in constructor.params
- if not param.optional]
- optional_arguments = [param for param in constructor.params
- if param.optional]
- arg_names = py_str_list_to_c(
- [param.argname
- for param in mandatory_arguments + optional_arguments])
-
- prop_names = py_str_list_to_c(
- [param.pname
- for param in mandatory_arguments + optional_arguments])
-
- print >> out, " GParameter params[%i];" % \
- len(constructor.params)
- print >> out, " PyObject *parsed_args[%i] = {NULL, };" % \
- len(constructor.params)
- print >> out, " char *arg_names[] = %s;" % arg_names
- print >> out, " char *prop_names[] = %s;" % prop_names
- print >> out, " guint nparams, i;"
- print >> out
- if constructor.deprecated is not None:
- out.write(
- ' if (PyErr_Warn(PyExc_DeprecationWarning, '
- '"%s") < 0)\n' %
- constructor.deprecated)
- print >> out, ' return -1;'
- print >> out
- out.write(" if (!PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords(args, kwargs, ")
- template = '"'
- if mandatory_arguments:
- template += "O"*len(mandatory_arguments)
- if optional_arguments:
- template += "|" + "O"*len(optional_arguments)
- template += ':%s.__init__"' % classname
- print >> out, template, ", arg_names",
- for i in range(len(constructor.params)):
- print >> out, ", &parsed_args[%i]" % i,
-
- out.write(
- "))\n"
- " return -1;\n"
- "\n"
- " memset(params, 0, sizeof(GParameter)*%i);\n"
- " if (!pyg_parse_constructor_args(obj_type, arg_names,\n"
- " prop_names, params, \n"
- " &nparams, parsed_args))\n"
- " return -1;\n"
- " pygobject_constructv(self, nparams, params);\n"
- " for (i = 0; i < nparams; ++i)\n"
- " g_value_unset(&params[i].value);\n"
- % len(constructor.params))
- else:
- out.write(
- " static char* kwlist[] = { NULL };\n"
- "\n")
-
- if constructor.deprecated is not None:
- out.write(
- ' if (PyErr_Warn(PyExc_DeprecationWarning, "%s") < 0)\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- '\n' % constructor.deprecated)
-
- out.write(
- ' if (!PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords(args, kwargs,\n'
- ' ":%s.__init__",\n'
- ' kwlist))\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- '\n'
- ' pygobject_constructv(self, 0, NULL);\n' % classname)
- out.write(
- ' if (!self->obj) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(\n'
- ' PyExc_RuntimeError, \n'
- ' "could not create %s object");\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- ' }\n' % classname)
-
- if not constructor.caller_owns_return:
- print >> out, " g_object_ref(self->obj);\n"
-
- out.write(
- ' return 0;\n'
- '}\n\n')
-
- return "_wrap_%s" % constructor.c_name
-
-
-## TODO : Add GstMiniObjectWrapper(Wrapper)
-class GstMiniObjectWrapper(Wrapper):
- constructor_tmpl = (
- 'static int\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyGstMiniObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' self->obj = (GstMiniObject *)%(cname)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- ' if (!self->obj) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_RuntimeError, '
- '"could not create %(typename)s miniobject");\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- ' }\n'
- '%(aftercreate)s'
- ' pygstminiobject_register_wrapper((PyObject *)self);\n'
- ' return 0;\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
- method_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyGstMiniObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' %(begin_allow_threads)s\n'
- ' %(setreturn)s%(cname)s(%(cast)s(self->obj)%(arglist)s);\n'
- ' %(end_allow_threads)s\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
- def __init__(self, parser, objinfo, overrides, fp=FileOutput(sys.stdout)):
- Wrapper.__init__(self, parser, objinfo, overrides, fp)
- if self.objinfo:
- self.castmacro = string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode,
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
-
- def get_initial_class_substdict(self):
- return { 'tp_basicsize' : 'PyGstMiniObject',
- 'tp_weaklistoffset' : 'offsetof(PyGstMiniObject, weakreflist)',
- 'tp_dictoffset' : 'offsetof(PyGstMiniObject, inst_dict)' }
-
- def get_field_accessor(self, fieldname):
- castmacro = string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode, '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- return '%s(pygstminiobject_get(self))->%s' % (castmacro, fieldname)
-
- def get_initial_constructor_substdict(self, constructor):
- substdict = Wrapper.get_initial_constructor_substdict(self,
- constructor)
- if not constructor.caller_owns_return:
- substdict['aftercreate'] = " gst_mini_object_ref(self->obj);\n"
- else:
- substdict['aftercreate'] = ''
- return substdict
-
- def get_initial_method_substdict(self, method):
- substdict = Wrapper.get_initial_method_substdict(self, method)
- substdict['cast'] = string.replace(self.objinfo.typecode,
- '_TYPE_', '_', 1)
- return substdict
-
-
-
-class GInterfaceWrapper(GObjectWrapper):
- virtual_accessor_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyObject *cls%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- ' %(vtable)s *iface;\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' iface = g_type_interface_peek('
- 'g_type_class_peek(pyg_type_from_object(cls)), %(typecode)s);\n'
- ' if (iface->%(virtual)s)\n'
- ' %(setreturn)siface->%(virtual)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- ' else {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_NotImplementedError, '
- '"interface method %(name)s not implemented");\n'
- ' return NULL;\n'
- ' }\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- def get_initial_class_substdict(self):
- return { 'tp_basicsize' : 'PyObject',
- 'tp_weaklistoffset' : '0',
- 'tp_dictoffset' : '0'}
-
- def write_constructor(self):
- # interfaces have no constructors ...
- return '0'
- def write_getsets(self):
- # interfaces have no fields ...
- return '0'
-
- def _get_class_virtual_substdict(self, meth, cname, parent):
- substdict = self.get_initial_method_substdict(meth)
- substdict['virtual'] = substdict['name'].split('.')[1]
- substdict['cname'] = cname
- substdict['typecode'] = self.objinfo.typecode
- substdict['vtable'] = self.objinfo.vtable
- return substdict
-
- def write_virtuals(self):
- ## Now write reverse method wrappers, which let python code
- ## implement interface methods.
- # First, get methods from the defs files
- klass = self.objinfo.c_name
- proxies = []
- for meth in self.parser.find_virtuals(self.objinfo):
- method_name = self.objinfo.c_name + "__proxy_do_" + meth.name
- if self.overrides.is_ignored(method_name):
- continue
- try:
- if self.overrides.is_overriden(method_name):
- if not self.overrides.is_already_included(method_name):
- data = self.overrides.override(method_name)
- self.write_function(method_name, data)
- else:
- # write proxy ...
- ret, props = argtypes.matcher.get_reverse_ret(meth.ret)
- wrapper = reversewrapper.ReverseWrapper(
- '_wrap_' + method_name, is_static=True)
- wrapper.set_return_type(ret(wrapper, **props))
- wrapper.add_parameter(reversewrapper.PyGObjectMethodParam(
- wrapper, "self", method_name="do_" + meth.name,
- c_type=(klass + ' *')))
- for param in meth.params:
- handler, props = argtypes.matcher.get_reverse(
- param.ptype)
- props["direction"] = param.pdir
- wrapper.add_parameter(
- handler(wrapper, param.pname, **props))
- buf = reversewrapper.MemoryCodeSink()
- wrapper.generate(buf)
- self.fp.write(buf.flush())
- proxies.append((fixname(meth.name), '_wrap_' + method_name))
- iproxies_coverage.declare_wrapped()
- except (KeyError, ValueError):
- iproxies_coverage.declare_not_wrapped()
- proxies.append((fixname(meth.name), None))
- sys.stderr.write('Could not write interface proxy %s.%s: %s\n'
- % (klass, meth.name, exc_info()))
-
- if not proxies:
- return
-
- # Make sure we have at least one proxy function
- if not [cname for name,cname in proxies if not cname is None]:
- return
-
- ## Write an interface init function for this object
- funcname = "__%s__interface_init" % klass
- vtable = self.objinfo.vtable
- self.fp.write(
- '\nstatic void\n'
- '%(funcname)s(%(vtable)s *iface, PyTypeObject *pytype)\n'
- '{\n'
- ' %(vtable)s *parent_iface = '
- 'g_type_interface_peek_parent(iface);\n'
- ' PyObject *py_method;\n'
- '\n'
- % vars())
-
- for name, cname in proxies:
- do_name = 'do_' + name
- if cname is None:
- continue
-
- self.fp.write((
- ' py_method = pytype? PyObject_GetAttrString('
- '(PyObject *) pytype, "%(do_name)s") : NULL;\n'
- ' if (py_method && !PyObject_TypeCheck(py_method, '
- '&PyCFunction_Type)) {\n'
- ' iface->%(name)s = %(cname)s;\n'
- ' } else {\n'
- ' PyErr_Clear();\n'
- ' if (parent_iface) {\n'
- ' iface->%(name)s = parent_iface->%(name)s;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' Py_XDECREF(py_method);\n'
- ' }\n'
- ) % vars())
- self.fp.write('}\n\n')
- interface_info = "__%s__iinfo" % klass
- self.fp.write('''
-static const GInterfaceInfo %s = {
- (GInterfaceInitFunc) %s,
- NULL,
- NULL
-};
-''' % (interface_info, funcname))
- self.objinfo.interface_info = interface_info
-
-class GBoxedWrapper(Wrapper):
- constructor_tmpl = (
- 'static int\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyGBoxed *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n' \
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' self->gtype = %(typecode)s;\n'
- ' self->free_on_dealloc = FALSE;\n'
- ' self->boxed = %(cname)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- ' if (!self->boxed) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_RuntimeError, '
- '"could not create %(typename)s object");\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' self->free_on_dealloc = TRUE;\n'
- ' return 0;\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- method_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' %(begin_allow_threads)s\n'
- ' %(setreturn)s%(cname)s(pyg_boxed_get(self, '
- '%(typename)s)%(arglist)s);\n'
- ' %(end_allow_threads)s\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- def get_initial_class_substdict(self):
- return { 'tp_basicsize' : 'PyGBoxed',
- 'tp_weaklistoffset' : '0',
- 'tp_dictoffset' : '0' }
-
- def get_field_accessor(self, fieldname):
- return 'pyg_boxed_get(self, %s)->%s' % (self.objinfo.c_name, fieldname)
-
- def get_initial_constructor_substdict(self, constructor):
- substdict = Wrapper.get_initial_constructor_substdict(
- self, constructor)
- substdict['typecode'] = self.objinfo.typecode
- return substdict
-
-class GPointerWrapper(GBoxedWrapper):
- constructor_tmpl = (
- 'static int\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyGPointer *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' self->gtype = %(typecode)s;\n'
- ' self->pointer = %(cname)s(%(arglist)s);\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- ' if (!self->pointer) {\n'
- ' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_RuntimeError, '
- '"could not create %(typename)s object");\n'
- ' return -1;\n'
- ' }\n'
- ' return 0;\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- method_tmpl = (
- 'static PyObject *\n'
- '_wrap_%(cname)s(PyObject *self%(extraparams)s)\n'
- '{\n'
- '%(varlist)s'
- '%(parseargs)s'
- '%(codebefore)s'
- ' %(setreturn)s%(cname)s(pyg_pointer_get(self, '
- '%(typename)s)%(arglist)s);\n'
- '%(codeafter)s\n'
- '}\n\n'
- )
-
- def get_initial_class_substdict(self):
- return { 'tp_basicsize' : 'PyGPointer',
- 'tp_weaklistoffset' : '0',
- 'tp_dictoffset' : '0' }
-
- def get_field_accessor(self, fieldname):
- return 'pyg_pointer_get(self, %s)->%s' % (self.objinfo.c_name,
- fieldname)
-
- def get_initial_constructor_substdict(self, constructor):
- substdict = Wrapper.get_initial_constructor_substdict(
- self, constructor)
- substdict['typecode'] = self.objinfo.typecode
- return substdict
-
-def write_headers(data, fp):
- fp.write('/* -- THIS FILE IS GENERATED - DO NOT EDIT */')
- fp.write('/* -*- Mode: C; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */\n\n')
- fp.write('#include <Python.h>\n\n\n')
- fp.write(data)
- fp.resetline()
- fp.write('\n\n')
-
-def write_body(data, fp):
- fp.write(data)
- fp.resetline()
- fp.write('\n\n')
-
-def write_imports(overrides, fp):
- fp.write('/* ---------- types from other modules ---------- */\n')
- for module, pyname, cname in overrides.get_imports():
- fp.write('static PyTypeObject *_%s;\n' % cname)
- fp.write('#define %s (*_%s)\n' % (cname, cname))
- fp.write('\n\n')
-
-def write_type_declarations(parser, fp):
- fp.write('/* ---------- forward type declarations ---------- */\n')
- for obj in parser.boxes:
- fp.write('PyTypeObject Py' + obj.c_name + '_Type;\n')
- for obj in parser.objects:
- fp.write('PyTypeObject Py' + obj.c_name + '_Type;\n')
- for obj in parser.miniobjects:
- fp.write('PyTypeObject Py' + obj.c_name + '_Type;\n')
- for interface in parser.interfaces:
- fp.write('PyTypeObject Py' + interface.c_name + '_Type;\n')
- fp.write('\n')
-
-
-def sort_parent_children(objects):
- objects = list(objects)
- modified = True
- while modified:
- modified = False
- parent_index = None
- child_index = None
- for i, obj in enumerate(objects):
- if obj.parent == 'GObject':
- continue
- if obj.parent not in [info.c_name for info in objects[:i]]:
- for j, info in enumerate(objects[i+1:]):
- if info.c_name == obj.parent:
- parent_index = i + 1 + j
- child_index = i
- break
- else:
- continue
- break
- if child_index is not None and parent_index is not None:
- if child_index != parent_index:
- objects.insert(child_index, objects.pop(parent_index))
- modified = True
- return objects
-
-def write_classes(parser, overrides, fp):
- ## Sort the objects, so that we generate code for the parent types
- ## before their children.
- objects = sort_parent_children(parser.objects)
- for klass, items in ((GBoxedWrapper, parser.boxes),
- (GPointerWrapper, parser.pointers),
- (GObjectWrapper, objects),
- (GstMiniObjectWrapper, parser.miniobjects),
- (GInterfaceWrapper, parser.interfaces)):
- for item in items:
- instance = klass(parser, item, overrides, fp)
- instance.write_class()
- fp.write('\n')
-
-def write_enums(parser, overrides, prefix, fp=sys.stdout):
- if not parser.enums:
- return
- fp.write('\n/* ----------- enums and flags ----------- */\n\n')
- fp.write(
- 'void\n' + prefix +
- '_add_constants(PyObject *module, const gchar *strip_prefix)\n{\n')
-
- for enum in parser.enums:
- if overrides.is_type_ignored(enum.c_name):
- continue
- if enum.typecode is None:
- for nick, value in enum.values:
- fp.write(
- ' PyModule_AddIntConstant(module, '
- '(char *) pyg_constant_strip_prefix("%s", strip_prefix), %s);\n'
- % (value, value))
- else:
- if enum.deftype == 'enum':
- fp.write(' pyg_enum_add(module, "%s", strip_prefix, %s);\n'
- % (enum.name, enum.typecode))
- else:
- fp.write(' pyg_flags_add(module, "%s", strip_prefix, %s);\n'
- % (enum.name, enum.typecode))
-
- fp.write('\n')
- fp.write(' if (PyErr_Occurred())\n')
- fp.write(' PyErr_Print();\n')
- fp.write('}\n\n')
-
-def write_extension_init(overrides, prefix, fp):
- fp.write('/* initialise stuff extension classes */\n')
- fp.write('void\n' + prefix + '_register_classes(PyObject *d)\n{\n')
- imports = overrides.get_imports()[:]
- if imports:
- bymod = {}
- for module, pyname, cname in imports:
- bymod.setdefault(module, []).append((pyname, cname))
- fp.write(' PyObject *module;\n\n')
- for module in bymod:
- fp.write(
- ' if ((module = PyImport_ImportModule("%s")) != NULL) {\n'
- % module)
- fp.write(
- ' PyObject *moddict = PyModule_GetDict(module);\n\n')
- for pyname, cname in bymod[module]:
- fp.write(
- ' _%s = (PyTypeObject *)PyDict_GetItemString('
- 'moddict, "%s");\n' % (cname, pyname))
- fp.write(' if (_%s == NULL) {\n' % cname)
- fp.write(' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_ImportError,\n')
- fp.write(' "cannot import name %s from %s");\n'
- % (pyname, module))
- fp.write(' return;\n')
- fp.write(' }\n')
- fp.write(' } else {\n')
- fp.write(' PyErr_SetString(PyExc_ImportError,\n')
- fp.write(' "could not import %s");\n' % module)
- fp.write(' return;\n')
- fp.write(' }\n')
- fp.write('\n')
- fp.write(overrides.get_init() + '\n')
- fp.resetline()
-
-def write_registers(parser, overrides, fp):
- for boxed in parser.boxes:
- if overrides.is_type_ignored(boxed.c_name):
- continue
- fp.write(' pyg_register_boxed(d, "' + boxed.name +
- '", ' + boxed.typecode +
- ', &Py' + boxed.c_name +
- '_Type);\n')
- for pointer in parser.pointers:
- if overrides.is_type_ignored(pointer.c_name):
- continue
- fp.write(' pyg_register_pointer(d, "' + pointer.name +
- '", ' + pointer.typecode +
- ', &Py' + pointer.c_name + '_Type);\n')
- for interface in parser.interfaces:
- if overrides.is_type_ignored(interface.c_name):
- continue
- fp.write(' pyg_register_interface(d, "' + interface.name +
- '", '+ interface.typecode + ', &Py' + interface.c_name +
- '_Type);\n')
- if interface.interface_info is not None:
- fp.write(' pyg_register_interface_info(%s, &%s);\n' %
- (interface.typecode, interface.interface_info))
-
- objects = parser.objects[:]
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(objects):
- parent = objects[pos].parent
- for i in range(pos+1, len(objects)):
- if objects[i].c_name == parent:
- objects.insert(i+1, objects[pos])
- del objects[pos]
- break
- else:
- pos = pos + 1
- for obj in objects:
- if overrides.is_type_ignored(obj.c_name):
- continue
- bases = []
- if obj.parent != None:
- bases.append(obj.parent)
- bases = bases + obj.implements
- if bases:
- fp.write(' pygobject_register_class(d, "' + obj.c_name +
- '", ' + obj.typecode + ', &Py' + obj.c_name +
- '_Type, Py_BuildValue("(' + 'O' * len(bases) + ')", ' +
- string.join(map(lambda s: '&Py'+s+'_Type', bases), ', ') +
- '));\n')
- else:
- fp.write(' pygobject_register_class(d, "' + obj.c_name +
- '", ' + obj.typecode + ', &Py' + obj.c_name +
- '_Type, NULL);\n')
- if obj.has_new_constructor_api:
- fp.write(' pyg_set_object_has_new_constructor(%s);\n' %
- obj.typecode)
- else:
- print >> sys.stderr, (
- "Warning: Constructor for %s needs to be updated to new API\n"
- " See http://live.gnome.org/PyGTK_2fWhatsNew28"
- "#update-constructors") % obj.c_name
- if obj.class_init_func is not None:
- fp.write(' pyg_register_class_init(%s, %s);\n' %
- (obj.typecode, obj.class_init_func))
- #TODO: register mini-objects
- miniobjects = parser.miniobjects[:]
- for obj in miniobjects:
- bases = []
- if obj.parent != None:
- bases.append(obj.parent)
- bases = bases + obj.implements
- if bases:
- fp.write(' pygstminiobject_register_class(d, "' + obj.c_name +
- '", ' + obj.typecode + ', &Py' + obj.c_name +
- '_Type, Py_BuildValue("(' + 'O' * len(bases) + ')", ' +
- string.join(map(lambda s: '&Py'+s+'_Type', bases), ', ') +
- '));\n')
- else:
- fp.write(' pygstminiobject_register_class(d, "' + obj.c_name +
- '", ' + obj.typecode + ', &Py' + obj.c_name +
- '_Type, NULL);\n')
-
- fp.write('}\n')
-
-def write_source(parser, overrides, prefix, fp=FileOutput(sys.stdout)):
- write_headers(overrides.get_headers(), fp)
- write_imports(overrides, fp)
- write_type_declarations(parser, fp)
- write_body(overrides.get_body(), fp)
- write_classes(parser, overrides, fp)
-
- wrapper = Wrapper(parser, None, overrides, fp)
- wrapper.write_functions(prefix)
-
- write_enums(parser, overrides, prefix, fp)
- write_extension_init(overrides, prefix, fp)
- write_registers(parser, overrides, fp)
-
-def register_types(parser):
- for boxed in parser.boxes:
- argtypes.matcher.register_boxed(boxed.c_name, boxed.typecode)
- for pointer in parser.pointers:
- argtypes.matcher.register_pointer(pointer.c_name, pointer.typecode)
- for obj in parser.objects:
- argtypes.matcher.register_object(obj.c_name, obj.parent, obj.typecode)
- for obj in parser.miniobjects:
- argtypes.matcher.register_miniobject(obj.c_name, obj.parent, obj.typecode)
- for obj in parser.interfaces:
- argtypes.matcher.register_object(obj.c_name, None, obj.typecode)
- for enum in parser.enums:
- if enum.deftype == 'flags':
- argtypes.matcher.register_flag(enum.c_name, enum.typecode)
- else:
- argtypes.matcher.register_enum(enum.c_name, enum.typecode)
-
-usage = 'usage: codegen.py [-o overridesfile] [-p prefix] defsfile'
-def main(argv):
- o = override.Overrides()
- prefix = 'pygtk'
- outfilename = None
- errorfilename = None
- extendpath = []
- opts, args = getopt.getopt(argv[1:], "o:p:r:t:D:x",
- ["override=", "prefix=", "register=", "outfilename=",
- "load-types=", "errorfilename=", "extendpath="])
- defines = {} # -Dkey[=val] options
-
- for opt, arg in opts:
- if opt in ('-x', '--extendpath'):
- extendpath.append(arg)
- extendpath.insert(0, os.getcwd())
- o = override.Overrides(path=extendpath)
-
- for opt, arg in opts:
- if opt in ('-o', '--override'):
- o = override.Overrides(arg, path=extendpath)
- elif opt in ('-p', '--prefix'):
- prefix = arg
- elif opt in ('-r', '--register'):
- # Warning: user has to make sure all -D options appear before -r
- p = defsparser.DefsParser(arg, defines)
- p.startParsing()
- register_types(p)
- del p
- elif opt == '--outfilename':
- outfilename = arg
- elif opt == '--errorfilename':
- errorfilename = arg
- elif opt in ('-t', '--load-types'):
- globals = {}
- execfile(arg, globals)
- elif opt == '-D':
- nameval = arg.split('=')
- try:
- defines[nameval[0]] = nameval[1]
- except IndexError:
- defines[nameval[0]] = None
- if len(args) < 1:
- print >> sys.stderr, usage
- return 1
- if errorfilename:
- sys.stderr = open(errorfilename, "w")
- p = defsparser.DefsParser(args[0], defines)
- if not outfilename:
- outfilename = os.path.splitext(args[0])[0] + '.c'
-
- p.startParsing()
-
- register_types(p)
- write_source(p, o, prefix, FileOutput(sys.stdout, outfilename))
-
- functions_coverage.printstats()
- methods_coverage.printstats()
- vproxies_coverage.printstats()
- vaccessors_coverage.printstats()
- iproxies_coverage.printstats()
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- sys.exit(main(sys.argv))
diff --git a/python/codegen/definitions.py b/python/codegen/definitions.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 911c8dd..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/definitions.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,607 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-import copy
-import sys
-
-def get_valid_scheme_definitions(defs):
- return [x for x in defs if isinstance(x, tuple) and len(x) >= 2]
-
-def unescape(s):
- s = s.replace('\r\n', '\\r\\n').replace('\t', '\\t')
- return s.replace('\r', '\\r').replace('\n', '\\n')
-
-def make_docstring(lines):
- return "(char *) " + '\n'.join(['"%s"' % unescape(s) for s in lines])
-
-# New Parameter class, wich emulates a tuple for compatibility reasons
-class Parameter(object):
- def __init__(self, ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, pdir=None, keeprefcount = False):
- self.ptype = ptype
- self.pname = pname
- self.pdflt = pdflt
- self.pnull = pnull
- self.pdir = pdir
- self.keeprefcount = keeprefcount
-
- def __len__(self): return 4
- def __getitem__(self, i):
- return (self.ptype, self.pname, self.pdflt, self.pnull)[i]
-
- def merge(self, old):
- if old.pdflt is not None:
- self.pdflt = old.pdflt
- if old.pnull is not None:
- self.pnull = old.pnull
-
-# Parameter for property based constructors
-class Property(object):
- def __init__(self, pname, optional, argname):
- self.pname = pname
- self.optional = optional
- self.argname = argname
-
- def merge(self, old):
- if old.optional is not None:
- self.optional = old.optional
- if old.argname is not None:
- self.argname = old.argname
-
-
-class Definition:
- docstring = "NULL"
- def __init__(self, *args):
- """Create a new defs object of this type. The arguments are the
- components of the definition"""
- raise RuntimeError, "this is an abstract class"
- def merge(self, old):
- """Merge in customisations from older version of definition"""
- raise RuntimeError, "this is an abstract class"
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- """write out this definition in defs file format"""
- raise RuntimeError, "this is an abstract class"
-
- def guess_return_value_ownership(self):
- "return 1 if caller owns return value"
- if getattr(self, 'is_constructor_of', False):
- self.caller_owns_return = True
- elif self.ret in ('char*', 'gchar*', 'string'):
- self.caller_owns_return = True
- else:
- self.caller_owns_return = False
-
-
-class ObjectDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- self.name = name
- self.module = None
- self.parent = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.fields = []
- self.implements = []
- self.class_init_func = None
- self.has_new_constructor_api = False
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'docstring':
- self.docstring = make_docstring(arg[1:])
- elif arg[0] == 'parent':
- self.parent = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'fields':
- for parg in arg[1:]:
- self.fields.append((parg[0], parg[1]))
- elif arg[0] == 'implements':
- self.implements.append(arg[1])
- def merge(self, old):
- # currently the .h parser doesn't try to work out what fields of
- # an object structure should be public, so we just copy the list
- # from the old version ...
- self.fields = old.fields
- self.implements = old.implements
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-object ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.module + '")\n')
- if self.parent != (None, None):
- fp.write(' (parent "' + self.parent + '")\n')
- for interface in self.implements:
- fp.write(' (implements "' + interface + '")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.fields:
- fp.write(' (fields\n')
- for (ftype, fname) in self.fields:
- fp.write(' \'("' + ftype + '" "' + fname + '")\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-class MiniObjectDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- self.name = name
- self.module = None
- self.parent = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.fields = []
- self.implements = []
- for arg in args:
- if type(arg) != type(()) or len(arg) < 2:
- continue
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'parent':
- self.parent = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'fields':
- for parg in arg[1:]:
- self.fields.append((parg[0], parg[1]))
- elif arg[0] == 'implements':
- self.implements.append(arg[1])
- def merge(self, old):
- # currently the .h parser doesn't try to work out what fields of
- # an object structure should be public, so we just copy the list
- # from the old version ...
- self.fields = old.fields
- self.implements = old.implements
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-object ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.module + '")\n')
- if self.parent != (None, None):
- fp.write(' (parent "' + self.parent + '")\n')
- for interface in self.implements:
- fp.write(' (implements "' + interface + '")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.fields:
- fp.write(' (fields\n')
- for (ftype, fname) in self.fields:
- fp.write(' \'("' + ftype + '" "' + fname + '")\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-
-class InterfaceDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- self.name = name
- self.module = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.vtable = None
- self.fields = []
- self.interface_info = None
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'docstring':
- self.docstring = make_docstring(arg[1:])
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'vtable':
- self.vtable = arg[1]
- if self.vtable is None:
- self.vtable = self.c_name + "Iface"
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-interface ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.module + '")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-class EnumDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- self.deftype = 'enum'
- self.name = name
- self.in_module = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.values = []
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.in_module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'values':
- for varg in arg[1:]:
- self.values.append((varg[0], varg[1]))
- def merge(self, old):
- pass
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-' + self.deftype + ' ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.in_module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.in_module + '")\n')
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.values:
- fp.write(' (values\n')
- for name, val in self.values:
- fp.write(' \'("' + name + '" "' + val + '")\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-class FlagsDef(EnumDef):
- def __init__(self, *args):
- apply(EnumDef.__init__, (self,) + args)
- self.deftype = 'flags'
-
-class BoxedDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- self.name = name
- self.module = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.copy = None
- self.release = None
- self.fields = []
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'copy-func':
- self.copy = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'release-func':
- self.release = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'fields':
- for parg in arg[1:]:
- self.fields.append((parg[0], parg[1]))
- def merge(self, old):
- # currently the .h parser doesn't try to work out what fields of
- # an object structure should be public, so we just copy the list
- # from the old version ...
- self.fields = old.fields
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-boxed ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.module + '")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.copy:
- fp.write(' (copy-func "' + self.copy + '")\n')
- if self.release:
- fp.write(' (release-func "' + self.release + '")\n')
- if self.fields:
- fp.write(' (fields\n')
- for (ftype, fname) in self.fields:
- fp.write(' \'("' + ftype + '" "' + fname + '")\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-class PointerDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- self.name = name
- self.module = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.fields = []
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'fields':
- for parg in arg[1:]:
- self.fields.append((parg[0], parg[1]))
- def merge(self, old):
- # currently the .h parser doesn't try to work out what fields of
- # an object structure should be public, so we just copy the list
- # from the old version ...
- self.fields = old.fields
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-pointer ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.module + '")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.fields:
- fp.write(' (fields\n')
- for (ftype, fname) in self.fields:
- fp.write(' \'("' + ftype + '" "' + fname + '")\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-class MethodDefBase(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- dump = 0
- self.name = name
- self.ret = None
- self.caller_owns_return = None
- self.unblock_threads = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.of_object = None
- self.params = [] # of form (type, name, default, nullok)
- self.varargs = 0
- self.deprecated = None
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'of-object':
- self.of_object = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'docstring':
- self.docstring = make_docstring(arg[1:])
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'return-type':
- self.ret = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'caller-owns-return':
- self.caller_owns_return = arg[1] in ('t', '#t')
- elif arg[0] == 'unblock-threads':
- self.unblock_threads = arg[1] in ('t', '#t')
- elif arg[0] == 'parameters':
- for parg in arg[1:]:
- ptype = parg[0]
- pname = parg[1]
- pdflt = None
- pnull = 0
- pdir = None
- keeprefcount = False
- for farg in parg[2:]:
- assert isinstance(farg, tuple)
- if farg[0] == 'default':
- pdflt = farg[1]
- elif farg[0] == 'null-ok':
- pnull = 1
- elif farg[0] == 'direction':
- pdir = farg[1]
- elif farg[0] == 'keep-refcount':
- keeprefcount = True
- self.params.append(Parameter(ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull, pdir,
- keeprefcount=keeprefcount))
- elif arg[0] == 'varargs':
- self.varargs = arg[1] in ('t', '#t')
- elif arg[0] == 'deprecated':
- self.deprecated = arg[1]
- else:
- sys.stderr.write("Warning: %s argument unsupported.\n"
- % (arg[0]))
- dump = 1
- if dump:
- self.write_defs(sys.stderr)
-
- if self.caller_owns_return is None and self.ret is not None:
- self.guess_return_value_ownership()
-
- def merge(self, old, parmerge):
- self.caller_owns_return = old.caller_owns_return
- self.varargs = old.varargs
- # here we merge extra parameter flags accross to the new object.
- if not parmerge:
- self.params = copy.deepcopy(old.params)
- return
- for i in range(len(self.params)):
- ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull = self.params[i]
- for p2 in old.params:
- if p2[1] == pname:
- self.params[i] = (ptype, pname, p2[2], p2[3])
- break
- def _write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- if self.of_object != (None, None):
- fp.write(' (of-object "' + self.of_object + '")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.caller_owns_return:
- fp.write(' (caller-owns-return #t)\n')
- if self.unblock_threads:
- fp.write(' (unblock_threads #t)\n')
- if self.ret:
- fp.write(' (return-type "' + self.ret + '")\n')
- if self.deprecated:
- fp.write(' (deprecated "' + self.deprecated + '")\n')
- if self.params:
- fp.write(' (parameters\n')
- for ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull in self.params:
- fp.write(' \'("' + ptype + '" "' + pname +'"')
- if pdflt: fp.write(' (default "' + pdflt + '")')
- if pnull: fp.write(' (null-ok)')
- fp.write(')\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- if self.varargs:
- fp.write(' (varargs #t)\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-
-class MethodDef(MethodDefBase):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- MethodDefBase.__init__(self, name, *args)
- for item in ('c_name', 'of_object'):
- if self.__dict__[item] == None:
- self.write_defs(sys.stderr)
- raise RuntimeError, "definition missing required %s" % (item,)
-
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-method ' + self.name + '\n')
- self._write_defs(fp)
-
-class VirtualDef(MethodDefBase):
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-virtual ' + self.name + '\n')
- self._write_defs(fp)
-
-class FunctionDef(Definition):
- def __init__(self, name, *args):
- dump = 0
- self.name = name
- self.in_module = None
- self.is_constructor_of = None
- self.ret = None
- self.caller_owns_return = None
- self.unblock_threads = None
- self.c_name = None
- self.typecode = None
- self.params = [] # of form (type, name, default, nullok)
- self.varargs = 0
- self.deprecated = None
- for arg in get_valid_scheme_definitions(args):
- if arg[0] == 'in-module':
- self.in_module = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'docstring':
- self.docstring = make_docstring(arg[1:])
- elif arg[0] == 'is-constructor-of':
- self.is_constructor_of = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'c-name':
- self.c_name = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'gtype-id':
- self.typecode = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'return-type':
- self.ret = arg[1]
- elif arg[0] == 'caller-owns-return':
- self.caller_owns_return = arg[1] in ('t', '#t')
- elif arg[0] == 'unblock-threads':
- self.unblock_threads = arg[1] in ('t', '#t')
- elif arg[0] == 'parameters':
- for parg in arg[1:]:
- ptype = parg[0]
- pname = parg[1]
- pdflt = None
- pnull = 0
- keeprefcount = False
- for farg in parg[2:]:
- if farg[0] == 'default':
- pdflt = farg[1]
- elif farg[0] == 'null-ok':
- pnull = 1
- elif farg[0] == 'keep-refcount':
- keeprefcount = True
- self.params.append(Parameter(ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull,
- keeprefcount = keeprefcount))
- elif arg[0] == 'properties':
- if self.is_constructor_of is None:
- print >> sys.stderr, "Warning: (properties ...) "\
- "is only valid for constructors"
- for prop in arg[1:]:
- pname = prop[0]
- optional = False
- argname = pname
- for farg in prop[1:]:
- if farg[0] == 'optional':
- optional = True
- elif farg[0] == 'argname':
- argname = farg[1]
- self.params.append(Property(pname, optional, argname))
- elif arg[0] == 'varargs':
- self.varargs = arg[1] in ('t', '#t')
- elif arg[0] == 'deprecated':
- self.deprecated = arg[1]
- else:
- sys.stderr.write("Warning: %s argument unsupported\n"
- % (arg[0],))
- dump = 1
- if dump:
- self.write_defs(sys.stderr)
-
- if self.caller_owns_return is None and self.ret is not None:
- self.guess_return_value_ownership()
- for item in ('c_name',):
- if self.__dict__[item] == None:
- self.write_defs(sys.stderr)
- raise RuntimeError, "definition missing required %s" % (item,)
-
- _method_write_defs = MethodDef.__dict__['write_defs']
-
- def merge(self, old, parmerge):
- self.caller_owns_return = old.caller_owns_return
- self.varargs = old.varargs
- if not parmerge:
- self.params = copy.deepcopy(old.params)
- return
- # here we merge extra parameter flags accross to the new object.
- def merge_param(param):
- for old_param in old.params:
- if old_param.pname == param.pname:
- if isinstance(old_param, Property):
- # h2def never scans Property's, therefore if
- # we have one it was manually written, so we
- # keep it.
- return copy.deepcopy(old_param)
- else:
- param.merge(old_param)
- return param
- raise RuntimeError, "could not find %s in old_parameters %r" % (
- param.pname, [p.pname for p in old.params])
- try:
- self.params = map(merge_param, self.params)
- except RuntimeError:
- # parameter names changed and we can't find a match; it's
- # safer to keep the old parameter list untouched.
- self.params = copy.deepcopy(old.params)
-
- if not self.is_constructor_of:
- try:
- self.is_constructor_of = old.is_constructor_of
- except AttributeError:
- pass
- if isinstance(old, MethodDef):
- self.name = old.name
- # transmogrify from function into method ...
- self.write_defs = self._method_write_defs
- self.of_object = old.of_object
- del self.params[0]
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('(define-function ' + self.name + '\n')
- if self.in_module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + self.in_module + '")\n')
- if self.is_constructor_of:
- fp.write(' (is-constructor-of "' + self.is_constructor_of +'")\n')
- if self.c_name:
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + self.c_name + '")\n')
- if self.typecode:
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + self.typecode + '")\n')
- if self.caller_owns_return:
- fp.write(' (caller-owns-return #t)\n')
- if self.unblock_threads:
- fp.write(' (unblock-threads #t)\n')
- if self.ret:
- fp.write(' (return-type "' + self.ret + '")\n')
- if self.deprecated:
- fp.write(' (deprecated "' + self.deprecated + '")\n')
- if self.params:
- if isinstance(self.params[0], Parameter):
- fp.write(' (parameters\n')
- for ptype, pname, pdflt, pnull in self.params:
- fp.write(' \'("' + ptype + '" "' + pname +'"')
- if pdflt: fp.write(' (default "' + pdflt + '")')
- if pnull: fp.write(' (null-ok)')
- fp.write(')\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- elif isinstance(self.params[0], Property):
- fp.write(' (properties\n')
- for prop in self.params:
- fp.write(' \'("' + prop.pname +'"')
- if prop.optional: fp.write(' (optional)')
- fp.write(')\n')
- fp.write(' )\n')
- else:
- assert False, "strange parameter list %r" % self.params[0]
- if self.varargs:
- fp.write(' (varargs #t)\n')
-
- fp.write(')\n\n')
diff --git a/python/codegen/defsparser.py b/python/codegen/defsparser.py
deleted file mode 100644
index e24a969..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/defsparser.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,143 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-import os, sys
-import scmexpr
-from definitions import BoxedDef, EnumDef, FlagsDef, FunctionDef, \
- InterfaceDef, MethodDef, ObjectDef, MiniObjectDef, PointerDef, \
- VirtualDef
-
-class IncludeParser(scmexpr.Parser):
- """A simple parser that follows include statements automatically"""
- def include(self, filename):
- if not os.path.isabs(filename):
- filename = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(self.filename), filename)
-
- # set self.filename to the include name, to handle recursive includes
- oldfile = self.filename
- self.filename = filename
- self.startParsing()
- self.filename = oldfile
-
-class DefsParser(IncludeParser):
- def __init__(self, arg, defines={}):
- IncludeParser.__init__(self, arg)
- self.objects = []
- self.miniobjects = []
- self.interfaces = []
- self.enums = [] # enums and flags
- self.boxes = [] # boxed types
- self.pointers = [] # pointer types
- self.functions = [] # functions and methods
- self.virtuals = [] # virtual methods
- self.c_name = {} # hash of c names of functions
- self.methods = {} # hash of methods of particular objects
- self.defines = defines # -Dfoo=bar options, as dictionary
-
- def define_object(self, *args):
- odef = apply(ObjectDef, args)
- self.objects.append(odef)
- self.c_name[odef.c_name] = odef
- # TODO: define_mini_object
- def define_miniobject(self, *args):
- odef = apply(MiniObjectDef, args)
- self.miniobjects.append(odef)
- self.c_name[odef.c_name] = odef
- def define_interface(self, *args):
- idef = apply(InterfaceDef, args)
- self.interfaces.append(idef)
- self.c_name[idef.c_name] = idef
- def define_enum(self, *args):
- edef = apply(EnumDef, args)
- self.enums.append(edef)
- self.c_name[edef.c_name] = edef
- def define_flags(self, *args):
- fdef = apply(FlagsDef, args)
- self.enums.append(fdef)
- self.c_name[fdef.c_name] = fdef
- def define_boxed(self, *args):
- bdef = apply(BoxedDef, args)
- self.boxes.append(bdef)
- self.c_name[bdef.c_name] = bdef
- def define_pointer(self, *args):
- pdef = apply(PointerDef, args)
- self.pointers.append(pdef)
- self.c_name[pdef.c_name] = pdef
- def define_function(self, *args):
- fdef = apply(FunctionDef, args)
- self.functions.append(fdef)
- self.c_name[fdef.c_name] = fdef
- def define_method(self, *args):
- mdef = apply(MethodDef, args)
- self.functions.append(mdef)
- self.c_name[mdef.c_name] = mdef
- def define_virtual(self, *args):
- vdef = apply(VirtualDef, args)
- self.virtuals.append(vdef)
- def merge(self, old, parmerge):
- for obj in self.objects:
- if old.c_name.has_key(obj.c_name):
- obj.merge(old.c_name[obj.c_name])
- for f in self.functions:
- if old.c_name.has_key(f.c_name):
- f.merge(old.c_name[f.c_name], parmerge)
-
- def printMissing(self, old):
- for obj in self.objects:
- if not old.c_name.has_key(obj.c_name):
- obj.write_defs()
- for f in self.functions:
- if not old.c_name.has_key(f.c_name):
- f.write_defs()
-
- def write_defs(self, fp=sys.stdout):
- for obj in self.objects:
- obj.write_defs(fp)
- # TODO: Add miniobject
- for obj in self.miniobjects:
- obj.write_defs(fp)
- for enum in self.enums:
- enum.write_defs(fp)
- for boxed in self.boxes:
- boxed.write_defs(fp)
- for pointer in self.pointers:
- pointer.write_defs(fp)
- for func in self.functions:
- func.write_defs(fp)
-
- def find_object(self, c_name):
- for obj in self.objects:
- if obj.c_name == c_name:
- return obj
- else:
- raise ValueError, 'object not found'
-
- def find_constructor(self, obj, overrides):
- for func in self.functions:
- if isinstance(func, FunctionDef) and \
- func.is_constructor_of == obj.c_name and \
- not overrides.is_ignored(func.c_name):
- return func
-
- def find_methods(self, obj):
- objname = obj.c_name
- return filter(lambda func, on=objname: isinstance(func, MethodDef) and
- func.of_object == on, self.functions)
-
- def find_virtuals(self, obj):
- objname = obj.c_name
- retval = filter(lambda func, on=objname: isinstance(func, VirtualDef) and
- func.of_object == on, self.virtuals)
- return retval
-
- def find_functions(self):
- return filter(lambda func: isinstance(func, FunctionDef) and
- not func.is_constructor_of, self.functions)
-
- def ifdef(self, *args):
- if args[0] in self.defines:
- for arg in args[1:]:
- self.handle(arg)
-
- def ifndef(self, *args):
- if args[0] not in self.defines:
- for arg in args[1:]:
- self.handle(arg)
diff --git a/python/codegen/docextract.py b/python/codegen/docextract.py
deleted file mode 100644
index e6c6505..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/docextract.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,185 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-'''Simple module for extracting GNOME style doc comments from C
-sources, so I can use them for other purposes.'''
-
-import sys, os, string, re
-
-__all__ = ['extract']
-
-class FunctionDoc:
- def __init__(self):
- self.name = None
- self.params = []
- self.description = ''
- self.ret = ''
- def set_name(self, name):
- self.name = name
- def add_param(self, name, description):
- if name == '...':
- name = 'Varargs'
- self.params.append((name, description))
- def append_to_last_param(self, extra):
- self.params[-1] = (self.params[-1][0], self.params[-1][1] + extra)
- def append_to_named_param(self, name, extra):
- for i in range(len(self.params)):
- if self.params[i][0] == name:
- self.params[i] = (name, self.params[i][1] + extra)
- return
- # fall through to adding extra parameter ...
- self.add_param(name, extra)
- def append_description(self, extra):
- self.description = self.description + extra
- def append_return(self, extra):
- self.ret = self.ret + extra
-
- def get_param_description(self, name):
- for param, description in self.params:
- if param == name:
- return description
- else:
- return ''
-
-comment_start_pat = re.compile(r'^\s*/\*\*\s')
-comment_end_pat = re.compile(r'^\s*\*+/')
-comment_line_lead = re.compile(r'^\s*\*\s*')
-funcname_pat = re.compile(r'^(\w+)\s*:?')
-return_pat = re.compile(r'^(returns:|return\s+value:|returns\s*)(.*\n?)$',
- re.IGNORECASE)
-param_pat = re.compile(r'^@(\S+)\s*:(.*\n?)$')
-
-def parse_file(fp, doc_dict):
- line = fp.readline()
- in_comment_block = 0
- while line:
- if not in_comment_block:
- if comment_start_pat.match(line):
- in_comment_block = 1
- cur_doc = FunctionDoc()
- in_description = 0
- in_return = 0
- line = fp.readline()
- continue
-
- # we are inside a comment block ...
- if comment_end_pat.match(line):
- if not cur_doc.name:
- sys.stderr.write("no function name found in doc comment\n")
- else:
- doc_dict[cur_doc.name] = cur_doc
- in_comment_block = 0
- line = fp.readline()
- continue
-
- # inside a comment block, and not the end of the block ...
- line = comment_line_lead.sub('', line)
- if not line: line = '\n'
-
- if not cur_doc.name:
- match = funcname_pat.match(line)
- if match:
- cur_doc.set_name(match.group(1))
- elif in_return:
- match = return_pat.match(line)
- if match:
- # assume the last return statement was really part of the
- # description
- return_start = match.group(1)
- cur_doc.ret = match.group(2)
- cur_doc.description = cur_doc.description + return_start + \
- cur_doc.ret
- else:
- cur_doc.append_return(line)
- elif in_description:
- if line[:12] == 'Description:':
- line = line[12:]
- match = return_pat.match(line)
- if match:
- in_return = 1
- return_start = match.group(1)
- cur_doc.append_return(match.group(2))
- else:
- cur_doc.append_description(line)
- elif line == '\n':
- # end of parameters
- in_description = 1
- else:
- match = param_pat.match(line)
- if match:
- param = match.group(1)
- desc = match.group(2)
- if param == 'returns':
- cur_doc.ret = desc
- else:
- cur_doc.add_param(param, desc)
- else:
- # must be continuation
- try:
- if param == 'returns':
- cur_doc.append_return(line)
- else:
- cur_doc.append_to_last_param(line)
- except:
- sys.stderr.write('something weird while reading param\n')
- line = fp.readline()
-
-def parse_dir(dir, doc_dict):
- for file in os.listdir(dir):
- if file in ('.', '..'): continue
- path = os.path.join(dir, file)
- if os.path.isdir(path):
- parse_dir(path, doc_dict)
- if len(file) > 2 and file[-2:] == '.c':
- parse_file(open(path, 'r'), doc_dict)
-
-def extract(dirs, doc_dict=None):
- if not doc_dict: doc_dict = {}
- for dir in dirs:
- parse_dir(dir, doc_dict)
- return doc_dict
-
-tmpl_section_pat = re.compile(r'^<!-- ##### (\w+) (\w+) ##### -->$')
-def parse_tmpl(fp, doc_dict):
- cur_doc = None
-
- line = fp.readline()
- while line:
- match = tmpl_section_pat.match(line)
- if match:
- cur_doc = None # new input shouldn't affect the old doc dict
- sect_type = match.group(1)
- sect_name = match.group(2)
-
- if sect_type == 'FUNCTION':
- cur_doc = doc_dict.get(sect_name)
- if not cur_doc:
- cur_doc = FunctionDoc()
- cur_doc.set_name(sect_name)
- doc_dict[sect_name] = cur_doc
- elif line == '<!-- # Unused Parameters # -->\n':
- cur_doc = None # don't worry about unused params.
- elif cur_doc:
- if line[:10] == '@Returns: ':
- if string.strip(line[10:]):
- cur_doc.append_return(line[10:])
- elif line[0] == '@':
- pos = string.find(line, ':')
- if pos >= 0:
- cur_doc.append_to_named_param(line[1:pos], line[pos+1:])
- else:
- cur_doc.append_description(line)
- else:
- cur_doc.append_description(line)
-
- line = fp.readline()
-
-def extract_tmpl(dirs, doc_dict=None):
- if not doc_dict: doc_dict = {}
- for dir in dirs:
- for file in os.listdir(dir):
- if file in ('.', '..'): continue
- path = os.path.join(dir, file)
- if os.path.isdir(path):
- continue
- if len(file) > 2 and file[-2:] == '.sgml':
- parse_tmpl(open(path, 'r'), doc_dict)
- return doc_dict
diff --git a/python/codegen/docgen.py b/python/codegen/docgen.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 6905a14..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/docgen.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,752 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-import sys, os, string, re, getopt
-
-import defsparser
-import definitions
-import override
-import docextract
-
-class Node:
- def __init__(self, name, interfaces=[]):
- self.name = name
- self.interfaces = interfaces
- self.subclasses = []
- def add_child(self, node):
- self.subclasses.append(node)
-
-def build_object_tree(parser):
- # reorder objects so that parent classes come first ...
- objects = parser.objects[:]
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(objects):
- parent = objects[pos].parent
- for i in range(pos+1, len(objects)):
- if objects[i].c_name == parent:
- objects.insert(i+1, objects[pos])
- del objects[pos]
- break
- else:
- pos = pos + 1
-
- root = Node(None)
- nodes = { None: root }
- for obj_def in objects:
- print obj_def.name
- parent_node = nodes[obj_def.parent]
- node = Node(obj_def.c_name, obj_def.implements)
- parent_node.add_child(node)
- nodes[node.name] = node
-
- if parser.interfaces:
- interfaces = Node('gobject.GInterface')
- root.add_child(interfaces)
- nodes[interfaces.name] = interfaces
- for obj_def in parser.interfaces:
- node = Node(obj_def.c_name)
- interfaces.add_child(node)
- nodes[node.name] = node
-
- if parser.boxes:
- boxed = Node('gobject.GBoxed')
- root.add_child(boxed)
- nodes[boxed.name] = boxed
- for obj_def in parser.boxes:
- node = Node(obj_def.c_name)
- boxed.add_child(node)
- nodes[node.name] = node
-
- if parser.pointers:
- pointers = Node('gobject.GPointer')
- root.add_child(pointers)
- nodes[pointers.name] = pointers
- for obj_def in parser.pointers:
- node = Node(obj_def.c_name)
- pointers.add_child(node)
- nodes[node.name] = node
-
- return root
-
-class DocWriter:
- def __init__(self):
- # parse the defs file
- self.parser = defsparser.DefsParser(())
- self.overrides = override.Overrides()
- self.classmap = {}
- self.docs = {}
-
- def add_sourcedirs(self, source_dirs):
- self.docs = docextract.extract(source_dirs, self.docs)
- def add_tmpldirs(self, tmpl_dirs):
- self.docs = docextract.extract_tmpl(tmpl_dirs, self.docs)
-
- def add_docs(self, defs_file, overrides_file, module_name):
- '''parse information about a given defs file'''
- self.parser.filename = defs_file
- self.parser.startParsing(defs_file)
- if overrides_file:
- self.overrides.handle_file(overrides_file)
-
- for obj in self.parser.objects:
- if not self.classmap.has_key(obj.c_name):
- self.classmap[obj.c_name] = '%s.%s' % (module_name, obj.name)
- for obj in self.parser.interfaces:
- if not self.classmap.has_key(obj.c_name):
- self.classmap[obj.c_name] = '%s.%s' % (module_name, obj.name)
- for obj in self.parser.boxes:
- if not self.classmap.has_key(obj.c_name):
- self.classmap[obj.c_name] = '%s.%s' % (module_name, obj.name)
- for obj in self.parser.pointers:
- if not self.classmap.has_key(obj.c_name):
- self.classmap[obj.c_name] = '%s.%s' % (module_name, obj.name)
-
- def pyname(self, name):
- return self.classmap.get(name, name)
-
- def __compare(self, obja, objb):
- return cmp(self.pyname(obja.c_name), self.pyname(objb.c_name))
- def output_docs(self, output_prefix):
- files = []
-
- # class hierarchy
- hierarchy = build_object_tree(self.parser)
- filename = self.create_filename('hierarchy', output_prefix)
- fp = open(filename, 'w')
- self.write_full_hierarchy(hierarchy, fp)
- fp.close()
-
- obj_defs = self.parser.objects + self.parser.interfaces + \
- self.parser.boxes + self.parser.pointers
- obj_defs.sort(self.__compare)
- for obj_def in obj_defs:
- filename = self.create_filename(obj_def.c_name, output_prefix)
- fp = open(filename, 'w')
- if isinstance(obj_def, definitions.ObjectDef):
- self.output_object_docs(obj_def, fp)
- elif isinstance(obj_def, definitions.InterfaceDef):
- self.output_interface_docs(obj_def, fp)
- elif isinstance(obj_def, definitions.BoxedDef):
- self.output_boxed_docs(obj_def, fp)
- elif isinstance(obj_def, definitions.PointerDef):
- self.output_boxed_docs(obj_def, fp)
- fp.close()
- files.append((os.path.basename(filename), obj_def))
-
- if files:
- filename = self.create_toc_filename(output_prefix)
- fp = open(filename, 'w')
- self.output_toc(files, fp)
- fp.close()
-
- def output_object_docs(self, obj_def, fp=sys.stdout):
- self.write_class_header(obj_def.c_name, fp)
-
- self.write_heading('Synopsis', fp)
- self.write_synopsis(obj_def, fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- # construct the inheritence hierarchy ...
- ancestry = [ (obj_def.c_name, obj_def.implements) ]
- try:
- parent = obj_def.parent
- while parent != None:
- if parent == 'GObject':
- ancestry.append(('GObject', []))
- parent = None
- else:
- parent_def = self.parser.find_object(parent)
- ancestry.append((parent_def.c_name, parent_def.implements))
- parent = parent_def.parent
- except ValueError:
- pass
- ancestry.reverse()
- self.write_heading('Ancestry', fp)
- self.write_hierarchy(obj_def.c_name, ancestry, fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- constructor = self.parser.find_constructor(obj_def, self.overrides)
- if constructor:
- self.write_heading('Constructor', fp)
- self.write_constructor(constructor,
- self.docs.get(constructor.c_name, None),
- fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- methods = self.parser.find_methods(obj_def)
- methods = filter(lambda meth, self=self:
- not self.overrides.is_ignored(meth.c_name), methods)
- if methods:
- self.write_heading('Methods', fp)
- for method in methods:
- self.write_method(method, self.docs.get(method.c_name, None), fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- self.write_class_footer(obj_def.c_name, fp)
-
- def output_interface_docs(self, int_def, fp=sys.stdout):
- self.write_class_header(int_def.c_name, fp)
-
- self.write_heading('Synopsis', fp)
- self.write_synopsis(int_def, fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- methods = self.parser.find_methods(int_def)
- methods = filter(lambda meth, self=self:
- not self.overrides.is_ignored(meth.c_name), methods)
- if methods:
- self.write_heading('Methods', fp)
- for method in methods:
- self.write_method(method, self.docs.get(method.c_name, None), fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- self.write_class_footer(int_def.c_name, fp)
-
- def output_boxed_docs(self, box_def, fp=sys.stdout):
- self.write_class_header(box_def.c_name, fp)
-
- self.write_heading('Synopsis', fp)
- self.write_synopsis(box_def, fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- constructor = self.parser.find_constructor(box_def, self.overrides)
- if constructor:
- self.write_heading('Constructor', fp)
- self.write_constructor(constructor,
- self.docs.get(constructor.c_name, None),
- fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- methods = self.parser.find_methods(box_def)
- methods = filter(lambda meth, self=self:
- not self.overrides.is_ignored(meth.c_name), methods)
- if methods:
- self.write_heading('Methods', fp)
- for method in methods:
- self.write_method(method, self.docs.get(method.c_name, None), fp)
- self.close_section(fp)
-
- self.write_class_footer(box_def.c_name, fp)
-
- def output_toc(self, files, fp=sys.stdout):
- fp.write('TOC\n\n')
- for filename, obj_def in files:
- fp.write(obj_def.c_name + ' - ' + filename + '\n')
-
- # override the following to create a more complex output format
- def create_filename(self, obj_name, output_prefix):
- '''Create output filename for this particular object'''
- return output_prefix + '-' + string.lower(obj_name) + '.txt'
- def create_toc_filename(self, output_prefix):
- return self.create_filename(self, 'docs', output_prefix)
-
- def write_full_hierarchy(self, hierarchy, fp):
- def handle_node(node, fp, indent=''):
- for child in node.subclasses:
- fp.write(indent + node.name)
- if node.interfaces:
- fp.write(' (implements ')
- fp.write(string.join(node.interfaces, ', '))
- fp.write(')\n')
- else:
- fp.write('\n')
- handle_node(child, fp, indent + ' ')
- handle_node(hierarchy, fp)
-
- # these need to handle default args ...
- def create_constructor_prototype(self, func_def):
- return func_def.is_constructor_of + '(' + \
- string.join(map(lambda x: x[1], func_def.params), ', ') + \
- ')'
- def create_function_prototype(self, func_def):
- return func_def.name + '(' + \
- string.join(map(lambda x: x[1], func_def.params), ', ') + \
- ')'
- def create_method_prototype(self, meth_def):
- return meth_def.of_object + '.' + \
- meth_def.name + '(' + \
- string.join(map(lambda x: x[1], meth_def.params), ', ') + \
- ')'
-
- def write_class_header(self, obj_name, fp):
- fp.write('Class %s\n' % obj_name)
- fp.write('======%s\n\n' % ('=' * len(obj_name)))
- def write_class_footer(self, obj_name, fp):
- pass
- def write_heading(self, text, fp):
- fp.write('\n' + text + '\n' + ('-' * len(text)) + '\n')
- def close_section(self, fp):
- pass
- def write_synopsis(self, obj_def, fp):
- fp.write('class %s' % obj_def.c_name)
- if isinstance(obj_def, definitions.ObjectDef):
- bases = []
- if obj_def.parent: bases.append(obj_def.parent)
- bases = bases = obj_def.implements
- if bases:
- fp.write('(%s)' % string.join(bases, ', '))
- fp.write(':\n')
-
- constructor = self.parser.find_constructor(obj_def, self.overrides)
- if constructor:
- prototype = self.create_constructor_prototype(constructor)
- fp.write(' def %s\n' % prototype)
- methods = self.parser.find_methods(obj_def)
- methods = filter(lambda meth, self=self:
- not self.overrides.is_ignored(meth.c_name), methods)
- for meth in methods:
- prototype = self.create_method_prototype(meth)
- fp.write(' def %s\n' % prototype)
-
- def write_hierarchy(self, obj_name, ancestry, fp):
- indent = ''
- for name, interfaces in ancestry:
- fp.write(indent + '+-- ' + name)
- if interfaces:
- fp.write(' (implements ')
- fp.write(string.join(interfaces, ', '))
- fp.write(')\n')
- else:
- fp.write('\n')
- indent = indent + ' '
- fp.write('\n')
- def write_constructor(self, func_def, func_doc, fp):
- prototype = self.create_constructor_prototype(func_def)
- fp.write(prototype + '\n\n')
- for type, name, dflt, null in func_def.params:
- if func_doc:
- descr = func_doc.get_param_description(name)
- else:
- descr = 'a ' + type
- fp.write(' ' + name + ': ' + descr + '\n')
- if func_def.ret and func_def.ret != 'none':
- if func_doc and func_doc.ret:
- descr = func_doc.ret
- else:
- descr = 'a ' + func_def.ret
- fp.write(' Returns: ' + descr + '\n')
- if func_doc and func_doc.description:
- fp.write(func_doc.description)
- fp.write('\n\n\n')
- def write_method(self, meth_def, func_doc, fp):
- prototype = self.create_method_prototype(meth_def)
- fp.write(prototype + '\n\n')
- for type, name, dflt, null in meth_def.params:
- if func_doc:
- descr = func_doc.get_param_description(name)
- else:
- descr = 'a ' + type
- fp.write(' ' + name + ': ' + descr + '\n')
- if meth_def.ret and meth_def.ret != 'none':
- if func_doc and func_doc.ret:
- descr = func_doc.ret
- else:
- descr = 'a ' + meth_def.ret
- fp.write(' Returns: ' + descr + '\n')
- if func_doc and func_doc.description:
- fp.write('\n')
- fp.write(func_doc.description)
- fp.write('\n\n')
-
-class DocbookDocWriter(DocWriter):
- def __init__(self, use_xml=0):
- DocWriter.__init__(self)
- self.use_xml = use_xml
-
- def create_filename(self, obj_name, output_prefix):
- '''Create output filename for this particular object'''
- stem = output_prefix + '-' + string.lower(obj_name)
- if self.use_xml:
- return stem + '.xml'
- else:
- return stem + '.sgml'
- def create_toc_filename(self, output_prefix):
- if self.use_xml:
- return self.create_filename('classes', output_prefix)
- else:
- return self.create_filename('docs', output_prefix)
-
- # make string -> reference translation func
- __transtable = [ '-' ] * 256
- for digit in '0123456789':
- __transtable[ord(digit)] = digit
- for letter in 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz':
- __transtable[ord(letter)] = letter
- __transtable[ord(string.upper(letter))] = letter
- __transtable = string.join(__transtable, '')
-
- def make_class_ref(self, obj_name):
- return 'class-' + string.translate(obj_name, self.__transtable)
- def make_method_ref(self, meth_def):
- return 'method-' + string.translate(meth_def.of_object,
- self.__transtable) + \
- '--' + string.translate(meth_def.name, self.__transtable)
-
- __function_pat = re.compile(r'(\w+)\s*\(\)')
- def __format_function(self, match):
- info = self.parser.c_name.get(match.group(1), None)
- if info:
- if isinstance(info, defsparser.FunctionDef):
- if info.is_constructor_of is not None:
- # should have a link here
- return '<function>%s()</function>' % \
- self.pyname(info.is_constructor_of)
- else:
- return '<function>' + info.name + '()</function>'
- if isinstance(info, defsparser.MethodDef):
- return '<link linkend="' + self.make_method_ref(info) + \
- '"><function>' + self.pyname(info.of_object) + '.' + \
- info.name + '()</function></link>'
- # fall through through
- return '<function>' + match.group(1) + '()</function>'
- __parameter_pat = re.compile(r'\@(\w+)')
- def __format_param(self, match):
- return '<parameter>' + match.group(1) + '</parameter>'
- __constant_pat = re.compile(r'\%(-?\w+)')
- def __format_const(self, match):
- return '<literal>' + match.group(1) + '</literal>'
- __symbol_pat = re.compile(r'#([\w-]+)')
- def __format_symbol(self, match):
- info = self.parser.c_name.get(match.group(1), None)
- if info:
- if isinstance(info, defsparser.FunctionDef):
- if info.is_constructor_of is not None:
- # should have a link here
- return '<methodname>' + self.pyname(info.is_constructor_of) + \
- '</methodname>'
- else:
- return '<function>' + info.name + '</function>'
- if isinstance(info, defsparser.MethodDef):
- return '<link linkend="' + self.make_method_ref(info) + \
- '"><methodname>' + self.pyname(info.of_object) + '.' + \
- info.name + '</methodname></link>'
- if isinstance(info, defsparser.ObjectDef) or \
- isinstance(info, defsparser.InterfaceDef) or \
- isinstance(info, defsparser.BoxedDef) or \
- isinstance(info, defsparser.PointerDef):
- return '<link linkend="' + self.make_class_ref(info.c_name) + \
- '"><classname>' + self.pyname(info.c_name) + \
- '</classname></link>'
- # fall through through
- return '<literal>' + match.group(1) + '</literal>'
-
- def reformat_text(self, text, singleline=0):
- # replace special strings ...
- text = self.__function_pat.sub(self.__format_function, text)
- text = self.__parameter_pat.sub(self.__format_param, text)
- text = self.__constant_pat.sub(self.__format_const, text)
- text = self.__symbol_pat.sub(self.__format_symbol, text)
-
- # don't bother with <para> expansion for single line text.
- if singleline: return text
-
- lines = string.split(string.strip(text), '\n')
- for index in range(len(lines)):
- if string.strip(lines[index]) == '':
- lines[index] = '</para>\n<para>'
- continue
- lines.insert(0, '<para>')
- lines.append('</para>')
- return string.join(lines, '\n')
-
- # write out hierarchy
- def write_full_hierarchy(self, hierarchy, fp):
- def handle_node(node, fp, indent=''):
- if node.name:
- fp.write('%s<link linkend="%s">%s</link>' %
- (indent, self.make_class_ref(node.name),
- self.pyname(node.name)))
- if node.interfaces:
- fp.write(' (implements ')
- for i in range(len(node.interfaces)):
- fp.write('<link linkend="%s">%s</link>' %
- (self.make_class_ref(node.interfaces[i]),
- self.pyname(node.interfaces[i])))
- if i != len(node.interfaces) - 1:
- fp.write(', ')
- fp.write(')\n')
- else:
- fp.write('\n')
-
- indent = indent + ' '
- node.subclasses.sort(lambda a,b:
- cmp(self.pyname(a.name), self.pyname(b.name)))
- for child in node.subclasses:
- handle_node(child, fp, indent)
- if self.use_xml:
- fp.write('<?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?>\n')
- fp.write('<!DOCTYPE synopsis PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN"\n')
- fp.write(' "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd">\n')
- fp.write('<synopsis>')
- handle_node(hierarchy, fp)
- fp.write('</synopsis>\n')
-
- # these need to handle default args ...
- def create_constructor_prototype(self, func_def):
- sgml = [ '<constructorsynopsis language="python">\n']
- sgml.append(' <methodname>__init__</methodname>\n')
- for type, name, dflt, null in func_def.params:
- sgml.append(' <methodparam><parameter>')
- sgml.append(name)
- sgml.append('</parameter>')
- if dflt:
- sgml.append('<initializer>')
- sgml.append(dflt)
- sgml.append('</initializer>')
- sgml.append('</methodparam>\n')
- if not func_def.params:
- sgml.append(' <methodparam></methodparam>')
- sgml.append(' </constructorsynopsis>')
- return string.join(sgml, '')
- def create_function_prototype(self, func_def):
- sgml = [ '<funcsynopsis language="python">\n <funcprototype>\n']
- sgml.append(' <funcdef><function>')
- sgml.append(func_def.name)
- sgml.append('</function></funcdef>\n')
- for type, name, dflt, null in func_def.params:
- sgml.append(' <paramdef><parameter>')
- sgml.append(name)
- sgml.append('</parameter>')
- if dflt:
- sgml.append('<initializer>')
- sgml.append(dflt)
- sgml.append('</initializer>')
- sgml.append('</paramdef>\n')
- if not func_def.params:
- sgml.append(' <paramdef></paramdef')
- sgml.append(' </funcprototype>\n </funcsynopsis>')
- return string.join(sgml, '')
- def create_method_prototype(self, meth_def, addlink=0):
- sgml = [ '<methodsynopsis language="python">\n']
- sgml.append(' <methodname>')
- if addlink:
- sgml.append('<link linkend="%s">' % self.make_method_ref(meth_def))
- sgml.append(self.pyname(meth_def.name))
- if addlink:
- sgml.append('</link>')
- sgml.append('</methodname>\n')
- for type, name, dflt, null in meth_def.params:
- sgml.append(' <methodparam><parameter>')
- sgml.append(name)
- sgml.append('</parameter>')
- if dflt:
- sgml.append('<initializer>')
- sgml.append(dflt)
- sgml.append('</initializer>')
- sgml.append('</methodparam>\n')
- if not meth_def.params:
- sgml.append(' <methodparam></methodparam>')
- sgml.append(' </methodsynopsis>')
- return string.join(sgml, '')
-
- def write_class_header(self, obj_name, fp):
- if self.use_xml:
- fp.write('<?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?>\n')
- fp.write('<!DOCTYPE refentry PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN"\n')
- fp.write(' "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd">\n')
- fp.write('<refentry id="' + self.make_class_ref(obj_name) + '">\n')
- fp.write(' <refmeta>\n')
- fp.write(' <refentrytitle>%s</refentrytitle>\n'
- % self.pyname(obj_name))
- fp.write(' <manvolnum>3</manvolnum>\n')
- fp.write(' <refmiscinfo>PyGTK Docs</refmiscinfo>\n')
- fp.write(' </refmeta>\n\n')
- fp.write(' <refnamediv>\n')
- fp.write(' <refname>%s</refname><refpurpose></refpurpose>\n'
- % self.pyname(obj_name))
- fp.write(' </refnamediv>\n\n')
- def write_class_footer(self, obj_name, fp):
- fp.write('</refentry>\n')
- def write_heading(self, text, fp):
- fp.write(' <refsect1>\n')
- fp.write(' <title>' + text + '</title>\n\n')
- def close_section(self, fp):
- fp.write(' </refsect1>\n')
-
- def write_synopsis(self, obj_def, fp):
- fp.write('<classsynopsis language="python">\n')
- fp.write(' <ooclass><classname>%s</classname></ooclass>\n'
- % self.pyname(obj_def.c_name))
- if isinstance(obj_def, definitions.ObjectDef):
- if obj_def.parent:
- fp.write(' <ooclass><classname><link linkend="%s">%s'
- '</link></classname></ooclass>\n'
- % (self.make_class_ref(obj_def.parent),
- self.pyname(obj_def.parent)))
- for base in obj_def.implements:
- fp.write(' <ooclass><classname><link linkend="%s">%s'
- '</link></classname></ooclass>\n'
- % (self.make_class_ref(base), self.pyname(base)))
- elif isinstance(obj_def, definitions.InterfaceDef):
- fp.write(' <ooclass><classname>gobject.GInterface'
- '</classname></ooclass>\n')
- elif isinstance(obj_def, definitions.BoxedDef):
- fp.write(' <ooclass><classname>gobject.GBoxed'
- '</classname></ooclass>\n')
- elif isinstance(obj_def, definitions.PointerDef):
- fp.write(' <ooclass><classname>gobject.GPointer'
- '</classname></ooclass>\n')
-
- constructor = self.parser.find_constructor(obj_def, self.overrides)
- if constructor:
- fp.write('%s\n' % self.create_constructor_prototype(constructor))
- methods = self.parser.find_methods(obj_def)
- methods = filter(lambda meth, self=self:
- not self.overrides.is_ignored(meth.c_name), methods)
- for meth in methods:
- fp.write('%s\n' % self.create_method_prototype(meth, addlink=1))
- fp.write('</classsynopsis>\n\n')
-
- def write_hierarchy(self, obj_name, ancestry, fp):
- fp.write('<synopsis>')
- indent = ''
- for name, interfaces in ancestry:
- fp.write(indent + '+-- <link linkend="' +
- self.make_class_ref(name) + '">'+ self.pyname(name) + '</link>')
- if interfaces:
- fp.write(' (implements ')
- for i in range(len(interfaces)):
- fp.write('<link linkend="%s">%s</link>' %
- (self.make_class_ref(interfaces[i]),
- self.pyname(interfaces[i])))
- if i != len(interfaces) - 1:
- fp.write(', ')
- fp.write(')\n')
- else:
- fp.write('\n')
- indent = indent + ' '
- fp.write('</synopsis>\n\n')
-
- def write_params(self, params, ret, func_doc, fp):
- if not params and (not ret or ret == 'none'):
- return
- fp.write(' <variablelist>\n')
- for type, name, dflt, null in params:
- if func_doc:
- descr = string.strip(func_doc.get_param_description(name))
- else:
- descr = 'a ' + type
- fp.write(' <varlistentry>\n')
- fp.write(' <term><parameter>%s</parameter>&nbsp;:</term>\n' % name)
- fp.write(' <listitem><simpara>%s</simpara></listitem>\n' %
- self.reformat_text(descr, singleline=1))
- fp.write(' </varlistentry>\n')
- if ret and ret != 'none':
- if func_doc and func_doc.ret:
- descr = string.strip(func_doc.ret)
- else:
- descr = 'a ' + ret
- fp.write(' <varlistentry>\n')
- fp.write(' <term><emphasis>Returns</emphasis>&nbsp;:</term>\n')
- fp.write(' <listitem><simpara>%s</simpara></listitem>\n' %
- self.reformat_text(descr, singleline=1))
- fp.write(' </varlistentry>\n')
- fp.write(' </variablelist>\n')
-
- def write_constructor(self, func_def, func_doc, fp):
- prototype = self.create_constructor_prototype(func_def)
- fp.write('<programlisting>%s</programlisting>\n' % prototype)
- self.write_params(func_def.params, func_def.ret, func_doc, fp)
-
- if func_doc and func_doc.description:
- fp.write(self.reformat_text(func_doc.description))
- fp.write('\n\n\n')
-
- def write_method(self, meth_def, func_doc, fp):
- fp.write(' <refsect2 id="' + self.make_method_ref(meth_def) + '">\n')
- fp.write(' <title>' + self.pyname(meth_def.of_object) + '.' +
- meth_def.name + '</title>\n\n')
- prototype = self.create_method_prototype(meth_def)
- fp.write('<programlisting>%s</programlisting>\n' % prototype)
- self.write_params(meth_def.params, meth_def.ret, func_doc, fp)
- if func_doc and func_doc.description:
- fp.write(self.reformat_text(func_doc.description))
- fp.write(' </refsect2>\n\n\n')
-
- def output_toc(self, files, fp=sys.stdout):
- if self.use_xml:
- fp.write('<?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?>\n')
- fp.write('<!DOCTYPE reference PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN"\n')
- fp.write(' "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd">\n')
- #for filename, obj_def in files:
- # fp.write(' <!ENTITY ' + string.translate(obj_def.c_name,
- # self.__transtable) +
- # ' SYSTEM "' + filename + '" >\n')
- #fp.write(']>\n\n')
-
- #fp.write('<reference id="class-reference">\n')
- #fp.write(' <title>Class Documentation</title>\n')
- #for filename, obj_def in files:
- # fp.write('&' + string.translate(obj_def.c_name,
- # self.__transtable) + ';\n')
- #fp.write('</reference>\n')
-
- fp.write('<reference id="class-reference" xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude">\n')
- fp.write(' <title>Class Reference</title>\n')
- for filename, obj_def in files:
- fp.write(' <xi:include href="%s"/>\n' % filename)
- fp.write('</reference>\n')
- else:
- fp.write('<!DOCTYPE article PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V4.1.2//EN" [\n')
- for filename, obj_def in files:
- fp.write(' <!ENTITY ' + string.translate(obj_def.c_name,
- self.__transtable) +
- ' SYSTEM "' + filename + '" >\n')
- fp.write(']>\n\n')
-
- fp.write('<book id="index">\n\n')
- fp.write(' <bookinfo>\n')
- fp.write(' <title>PyGTK Docs</title>\n')
- fp.write(' <authorgroup>\n')
- fp.write(' <author>\n')
- fp.write(' <firstname>James</firstname>\n')
- fp.write(' <surname>Henstridge</surname>\n')
- fp.write(' </author>\n')
- fp.write(' </authorgroup>\n')
- fp.write(' </bookinfo>\n\n')
-
- fp.write(' <chapter id="class-hierarchy">\n')
- fp.write(' <title>Class Hierarchy</title>\n')
- fp.write(' <para>Not done yet</para>\n')
- fp.write(' </chapter>\n\n')
-
- fp.write(' <reference id="class-reference">\n')
- fp.write(' <title>Class Documentation</title>\n')
- for filename, obj_def in files:
- fp.write('&' + string.translate(obj_def.c_name,
- self.__transtable) + ';\n')
-
- fp.write(' </reference>\n')
- fp.write('</book>\n')
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- try:
- opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], "d:s:o:",
- ["defs-file=", "override=", "source-dir=",
- "output-prefix="])
- except getopt.error, e:
- sys.stderr.write('docgen.py: %s\n' % e)
- sys.stderr.write(
- 'usage: docgen.py -d file.defs [-s /src/dir] [-o output-prefix]\n')
- sys.exit(1)
- defs_file = None
- overrides_file = None
- source_dirs = []
- output_prefix = 'docs'
- for opt, arg in opts:
- if opt in ('-d', '--defs-file'):
- defs_file = arg
- if opt in ('--override',):
- overrides_file = arg
- elif opt in ('-s', '--source-dir'):
- source_dirs.append(arg)
- elif opt in ('-o', '--output-prefix'):
- output_prefix = arg
- if len(args) != 0 or not defs_file:
- sys.stderr.write(
- 'usage: docgen.py -d file.defs [-s /src/dir] [-o output-prefix]\n')
- sys.exit(1)
-
- d = DocbookDocWriter()
- d.add_sourcedirs(source_dirs)
- d.add_docs(defs_file, overrides_file, 'gtk')
- d.output_docs(output_prefix)
diff --git a/python/codegen/h2def.py b/python/codegen/h2def.py
deleted file mode 100755
index d4b2135..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/h2def.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,536 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-# Search through a header file looking for function prototypes.
-# For each prototype, generate a scheme style definition.
-# GPL'ed
-# Toby D. Reeves <toby@max.rl.plh.af.mil>
-#
-# Modified by James Henstridge <james@daa.com.au> to output stuff in
-# Havoc's new defs format. Info on this format can be seen at:
-# http://www.gnome.org/mailing-lists/archives/gtk-devel-list/2000-January/0085.shtml
-# Updated to be PEP-8 compatible and refactored to use OOP
-
-import getopt
-import os
-import re
-import string
-import sys
-
-import defsparser
-
-# ------------------ Create typecodes from typenames ---------
-
-_upperstr_pat1 = re.compile(r'([^A-Z])([A-Z])')
-_upperstr_pat2 = re.compile(r'([A-Z][A-Z])([A-Z][0-9a-z])')
-_upperstr_pat3 = re.compile(r'^([A-Z])([A-Z])')
-
-def to_upper_str(name):
- """Converts a typename to the equivalent upercase and underscores
- name. This is used to form the type conversion macros and enum/flag
- name variables"""
- name = _upperstr_pat1.sub(r'\1_\2', name)
- name = _upperstr_pat2.sub(r'\1_\2', name)
- name = _upperstr_pat3.sub(r'\1_\2', name, count=1)
- return string.upper(name)
-
-def typecode(typename):
- """create a typecode (eg. GTK_TYPE_WIDGET) from a typename"""
- return string.replace(to_upper_str(typename), '_', '_TYPE_', 1)
-
-
-# ------------------ Find object definitions -----------------
-
-def strip_comments(buf):
- parts = []
- lastpos = 0
- while 1:
- pos = string.find(buf, '/*', lastpos)
- if pos >= 0:
- parts.append(buf[lastpos:pos])
- pos = string.find(buf, '*/', pos)
- if pos >= 0:
- lastpos = pos + 2
- else:
- break
- else:
- parts.append(buf[lastpos:])
- break
- return string.join(parts, '')
-
-obj_name_pat = "[A-Z][a-z]*[A-Z][A-Za-z0-9]*"
-
-split_prefix_pat = re.compile('([A-Z]+[a-z]*)([A-Za-z0-9]+)')
-
-def find_obj_defs(buf, objdefs=[]):
- """
- Try to find object definitions in header files.
- """
-
- # filter out comments from buffer.
- buf = strip_comments(buf)
-
- maybeobjdefs = [] # contains all possible objects from file
-
- # first find all structures that look like they may represent a GtkObject
- pat = re.compile("struct _(" + obj_name_pat + ")\s*{\s*" +
- "(" + obj_name_pat + ")\s+", re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
- maybeobjdefs.append((m.group(1), m.group(2)))
- pos = m.end()
-
- # handle typedef struct { ... } style struct defs.
- pat = re.compile("typedef struct\s+[_\w]*\s*{\s*" +
- "(" + obj_name_pat + ")\s+[^}]*}\s*" +
- "(" + obj_name_pat + ")\s*;", re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
- maybeobjdefs.append((m.group(2), m.group(2)))
- pos = m.end()
-
- # now find all structures that look like they might represent a class:
- pat = re.compile("struct _(" + obj_name_pat + ")Class\s*{\s*" +
- "(" + obj_name_pat + ")Class\s+", re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
- t = (m.group(1), m.group(2))
- # if we find an object structure together with a corresponding
- # class structure, then we have probably found a GtkObject subclass.
- if t in maybeobjdefs:
- objdefs.append(t)
- pos = m.end()
-
- pat = re.compile("typedef struct\s+[_\w]*\s*{\s*" +
- "(" + obj_name_pat + ")Class\s+[^}]*}\s*" +
- "(" + obj_name_pat + ")Class\s*;", re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
- t = (m.group(2), m.group(1))
- # if we find an object structure together with a corresponding
- # class structure, then we have probably found a GtkObject subclass.
- if t in maybeobjdefs:
- objdefs.append(t)
- pos = m.end()
-
- # now find all structures that look like they might represent
- # a class inherited from GTypeInterface:
- pat = re.compile("struct _(" + obj_name_pat + ")Class\s*{\s*" +
- "GTypeInterface\s+", re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
- t = (m.group(1), '')
- t2 = (m.group(1)+'Class', 'GTypeInterface')
- # if we find an object structure together with a corresponding
- # class structure, then we have probably found a GtkObject subclass.
- if t2 in maybeobjdefs:
- objdefs.append(t)
- pos = m.end()
-
- # now find all structures that look like they might represent
- # an Iface inherited from GTypeInterface:
- pat = re.compile("struct _(" + obj_name_pat + ")Iface\s*{\s*" +
- "GTypeInterface\s+", re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
- t = (m.group(1), '')
- t2 = (m.group(1)+'Iface', 'GTypeInterface')
- # if we find an object structure together with a corresponding
- # class structure, then we have probably found a GtkObject subclass.
- if t2 in maybeobjdefs:
- objdefs.append(t)
- pos = m.end()
-
-def sort_obj_defs(objdefs):
- objdefs.sort() # not strictly needed, but looks nice
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(objdefs):
- klass,parent = objdefs[pos]
- for i in range(pos+1, len(objdefs)):
- # parent below subclass ... reorder
- if objdefs[i][0] == parent:
- objdefs.insert(i+1, objdefs[pos])
- del objdefs[pos]
- break
- else:
- pos = pos + 1
- return objdefs
-
-# ------------------ Find enum definitions -----------------
-
-def find_enum_defs(buf, enums=[]):
- # strip comments
- # bulk comments
- buf = strip_comments(buf)
-
- buf = re.sub('\n', ' ', buf)
-
- enum_pat = re.compile(r'enum\s*{([^}]*)}\s*([A-Z][A-Za-z]*)(\s|;)')
- splitter = re.compile(r'\s*,\s', re.MULTILINE)
- pos = 0
- while pos < len(buf):
- m = enum_pat.search(buf, pos)
- if not m: break
-
- name = m.group(2)
- vals = m.group(1)
- isflags = string.find(vals, '<<') >= 0
- entries = []
- for val in splitter.split(vals):
- if not string.strip(val): continue
- entries.append(string.split(val)[0])
- if name != 'GdkCursorType':
- enums.append((name, isflags, entries))
-
- pos = m.end()
-
-# ------------------ Find function definitions -----------------
-
-def clean_func(buf):
- """
- Ideally would make buf have a single prototype on each line.
- Actually just cuts out a good deal of junk, but leaves lines
- where a regex can figure prototypes out.
- """
- # bulk comments
- buf = strip_comments(buf)
-
- # compact continued lines
- pat = re.compile(r"""\\\n""", re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub('', buf)
-
- # Preprocess directives
- pat = re.compile(r"""^[#].*?$""", re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub('', buf)
-
- #typedefs, stucts, and enums
- pat = re.compile(r"""^(typedef|struct|enum)(\s|.|\n)*?;\s*""",
- re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub('', buf)
-
- #strip DECLS macros
- pat = re.compile(r"""G_BEGIN_DECLS|BEGIN_LIBGTOP_DECLS""", re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub('', buf)
-
- #extern "C"
- pat = re.compile(r"""^\s*(extern)\s+\"C\"\s+{""", re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub('', buf)
-
- #multiple whitespace
- pat = re.compile(r"""\s+""", re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub(' ', buf)
-
- #clean up line ends
- pat = re.compile(r""";\s*""", re.MULTILINE)
- buf = pat.sub('\n', buf)
- buf = buf.lstrip()
-
- #associate *, &, and [] with type instead of variable
- #pat = re.compile(r'\s+([*|&]+)\s*(\w+)')
- pat = re.compile(r' \s* ([*|&]+) \s* (\w+)', re.VERBOSE)
- buf = pat.sub(r'\1 \2', buf)
- pat = re.compile(r'\s+ (\w+) \[ \s* \]', re.VERBOSE)
- buf = pat.sub(r'[] \1', buf)
-
- # make return types that are const work.
- buf = string.replace(buf, 'G_CONST_RETURN ', 'const-')
- buf = string.replace(buf, 'const ', 'const-')
-
- return buf
-
-proto_pat=re.compile(r"""
-(?P<ret>(-|\w|\&|\*)+\s*) # return type
-\s+ # skip whitespace
-(?P<func>\w+)\s*[(] # match the function name until the opening (
-\s*(?P<args>.*?)\s*[)] # group the function arguments
-""", re.IGNORECASE|re.VERBOSE)
-#"""
-arg_split_pat = re.compile("\s*,\s*")
-
-get_type_pat = re.compile(r'(const-)?([A-Za-z0-9]+)\*?\s+')
-pointer_pat = re.compile('.*\*$')
-func_new_pat = re.compile('(\w+)_new$')
-
-class DefsWriter:
- def __init__(self, fp=None, prefix=None, verbose=False,
- defsfilter=None):
- if not fp:
- fp = sys.stdout
-
- self.fp = fp
- self.prefix = prefix
- self.verbose = verbose
-
- self._enums = {}
- self._objects = {}
- self._functions = {}
- if defsfilter:
- filter = defsparser.DefsParser(defsfilter)
- filter.startParsing()
- for func in filter.functions + filter.methods.values():
- self._functions[func.c_name] = func
- for obj in filter.objects + filter.boxes + filter.interfaces:
- self._objects[obj.c_name] = func
- for obj in filter.enums:
- self._enums[obj.c_name] = func
-
- def write_def(self, deffile):
- buf = open(deffile).read()
-
- self.fp.write('\n;; From %s\n\n' % os.path.basename(deffile))
- self._define_func(buf)
- self.fp.write('\n')
-
- def write_enum_defs(self, enums, fp=None):
- if not fp:
- fp = self.fp
-
- fp.write(';; Enumerations and flags ...\n\n')
- trans = string.maketrans(string.uppercase + '_',
- string.lowercase + '-')
- filter = self._enums
- for cname, isflags, entries in enums:
- if filter:
- if cname in filter:
- continue
- name = cname
- module = None
- m = split_prefix_pat.match(cname)
- if m:
- module = m.group(1)
- name = m.group(2)
- if isflags:
- fp.write('(define-flags ' + name + '\n')
- else:
- fp.write('(define-enum ' + name + '\n')
- if module:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + module + '")\n')
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + cname + '")\n')
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + typecode(cname) + '")\n')
- prefix = entries[0]
- for ent in entries:
- # shorten prefix til we get a match ...
- # and handle GDK_FONT_FONT, GDK_FONT_FONTSET case
- while ent[:len(prefix)] != prefix or len(prefix) >= len(ent):
- prefix = prefix[:-1]
- prefix_len = len(prefix)
- fp.write(' (values\n')
- for ent in entries:
- fp.write(' \'("%s" "%s")\n' %
- (string.translate(ent[prefix_len:], trans), ent))
- fp.write(' )\n')
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
- def write_obj_defs(self, objdefs, fp=None):
- if not fp:
- fp = self.fp
-
- fp.write(';; -*- scheme -*-\n')
- fp.write('; object definitions ...\n')
-
- filter = self._objects
- for klass, parent in objdefs:
- if filter:
- if klass in filter:
- continue
- m = split_prefix_pat.match(klass)
- cmodule = None
- cname = klass
- if m:
- cmodule = m.group(1)
- cname = m.group(2)
- fp.write('(define-object ' + cname + '\n')
- if cmodule:
- fp.write(' (in-module "' + cmodule + '")\n')
- if parent:
- fp.write(' (parent "' + parent + '")\n')
- fp.write(' (c-name "' + klass + '")\n')
- fp.write(' (gtype-id "' + typecode(klass) + '")\n')
- # should do something about accessible fields
- fp.write(')\n\n')
-
- def _define_func(self, buf):
- buf = clean_func(buf)
- buf = string.split(buf,'\n')
- filter = self._functions
- for p in buf:
- if not p:
- continue
- m = proto_pat.match(p)
- if m == None:
- if self.verbose:
- sys.stderr.write('No match:|%s|\n' % p)
- continue
- func = m.group('func')
- if func[0] == '_':
- continue
- if filter:
- if func in filter:
- continue
- ret = m.group('ret')
- args = m.group('args')
- args = arg_split_pat.split(args)
- for i in range(len(args)):
- spaces = string.count(args[i], ' ')
- if spaces > 1:
- args[i] = string.replace(args[i], ' ', '-', spaces - 1)
-
- self._write_func(func, ret, args)
-
- def _write_func(self, name, ret, args):
- if len(args) >= 1:
- # methods must have at least one argument
- munged_name = name.replace('_', '')
- m = get_type_pat.match(args[0])
- if m:
- obj = m.group(2)
- if munged_name[:len(obj)] == obj.lower():
- self._write_method(obj, name, ret, args)
- return
-
- if self.prefix:
- l = len(self.prefix)
- if name[:l] == self.prefix and name[l] == '_':
- fname = name[l+1:]
- else:
- fname = name
- else:
- fname = name
-
- # it is either a constructor or normal function
- self.fp.write('(define-function ' + fname + '\n')
- self.fp.write(' (c-name "' + name + '")\n')
-
- # Hmmm... Let's asume that a constructor function name
- # ends with '_new' and it returns a pointer.
- m = func_new_pat.match(name)
- if pointer_pat.match(ret) and m:
- cname = ''
- for s in m.group(1).split ('_'):
- cname += s.title()
- if cname != '':
- self.fp.write(' (is-constructor-of "' + cname + '")\n')
-
- self._write_return(ret)
- self._write_arguments(args)
-
- def _write_method(self, obj, name, ret, args):
- regex = string.join(map(lambda x: x+'_?', string.lower(obj)),'')
- mname = re.sub(regex, '', name, 1)
- if self.prefix:
- l = len(self.prefix) + 1
- if mname[:l] == self.prefix and mname[l+1] == '_':
- mname = mname[l+1:]
- self.fp.write('(define-method ' + mname + '\n')
- self.fp.write(' (of-object "' + obj + '")\n')
- self.fp.write(' (c-name "' + name + '")\n')
- self._write_return(ret)
- self._write_arguments(args[1:])
-
- def _write_return(self, ret):
- if ret != 'void':
- self.fp.write(' (return-type "' + ret + '")\n')
- else:
- self.fp.write(' (return-type "none")\n')
-
- def _write_arguments(self, args):
- is_varargs = 0
- has_args = len(args) > 0
- for arg in args:
- if arg == '...':
- is_varargs = 1
- elif arg in ('void', 'void '):
- has_args = 0
- if has_args:
- self.fp.write(' (parameters\n')
- for arg in args:
- if arg != '...':
- tupleArg = tuple(string.split(arg))
- if len(tupleArg) == 2:
- self.fp.write(' \'("%s" "%s")\n' % tupleArg)
- self.fp.write(' )\n')
- if is_varargs:
- self.fp.write(' (varargs #t)\n')
- self.fp.write(')\n\n')
-
-# ------------------ Main function -----------------
-
-def main(args):
- verbose = False
- onlyenums = False
- onlyobjdefs = False
- separate = False
- modulename = None
- defsfilter = None
- opts, args = getopt.getopt(args[1:], 'vs:m:f:',
- ['onlyenums', 'onlyobjdefs',
- 'modulename=', 'separate=',
- 'defsfilter='])
- for o, v in opts:
- if o == '-v':
- verbose = True
- if o == '--onlyenums':
- onlyenums = True
- if o == '--onlyobjdefs':
- onlyobjdefs = True
- if o in ('-s', '--separate'):
- separate = v
- if o in ('-m', '--modulename'):
- modulename = v
- if o in ('-f', '--defsfilter'):
- defsfilter = v
-
- if not args[0:1]:
- print 'Must specify at least one input file name'
- return -1
-
- # read all the object definitions in
- objdefs = []
- enums = []
- for filename in args:
- buf = open(filename).read()
- find_obj_defs(buf, objdefs)
- find_enum_defs(buf, enums)
- objdefs = sort_obj_defs(objdefs)
-
- if separate:
- methods = file(separate + '.defs', 'w')
- types = file(separate + '-types.defs', 'w')
-
- dw = DefsWriter(methods, prefix=modulename, verbose=verbose,
- defsfilter=defsfilter)
- dw.write_obj_defs(objdefs, types)
- dw.write_enum_defs(enums, types)
- print "Wrote %s-types.defs" % separate
-
- for filename in args:
- dw.write_def(filename)
- print "Wrote %s.defs" % separate
- else:
- dw = DefsWriter(prefix=modulename, verbose=verbose,
- defsfilter=defsfilter)
-
- if onlyenums:
- dw.write_enum_defs(enums)
- elif onlyobjdefs:
- dw.write_obj_defs(objdefs)
- else:
- dw.write_obj_defs(objdefs)
- dw.write_enum_defs(enums)
-
- for filename in args:
- dw.write_def(filename)
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- sys.exit(main(sys.argv))
diff --git a/python/codegen/mergedefs.py b/python/codegen/mergedefs.py
deleted file mode 100755
index 773e499..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/mergedefs.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-
-import optparse
-
-import defsparser
-
-parser = optparse.OptionParser(
- usage="usage: %prog [options] generated-defs old-defs")
-parser.add_option("-p", "--merge-parameters",
- help="Merge changes in function/methods parameter lists",
- action="store_true", dest="parmerge", default=False)
-(options, args) = parser.parse_args()
-
-if len(args) != 2:
- parser.error("wrong number of arguments")
-
-newp = defsparser.DefsParser(args[0])
-oldp = defsparser.DefsParser(args[1])
-
-newp.startParsing()
-oldp.startParsing()
-
-newp.merge(oldp, options.parmerge)
-
-newp.write_defs()
diff --git a/python/codegen/mkskel.py b/python/codegen/mkskel.py
deleted file mode 100755
index 61f520b..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/mkskel.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,89 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-
-import sys, os, getopt
-
-module_init_template = \
-'/* -*- Mode: C; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */\n' + \
-'#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H\n' + \
-'# include "config.h"\n' + \
-'#endif\n' + \
-'#include <Python.h>\n' + \
-'#include <pygtk.h>\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-'/* include any extra headers needed here */\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-'void %(prefix)s_register_classes(PyObject *d);\n' + \
-'extern PyMethodDef %(prefix)s_functions[];\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-'DL_EXPORT(void)\n' + \
-'init%(module)s(void)\n' + \
-'{\n' + \
-' PyObject *m, *d;\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-' /* perform any initialisation required by the library here */\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-' m = Py_InitModule("%(module)s", %(prefix)s_functions);\n' + \
-' d = PyModule_GetDict(m);\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-' init_pygtk();\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-' %(prefix)s_register_classes(d);\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-' /* add anything else to the module dictionary (such as constants) */\n' +\
-'\n' + \
-' if (PyErr_Occurred())\n' + \
-' Py_FatalError("could not initialise module %(module)s");\n' + \
-'}\n'
-
-override_template = \
-'/* -*- Mode: C; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */\n' + \
-'%%%%\n' + \
-'headers\n' + \
-'/* include any required headers here */\n' + \
-'%%%%\n' + \
-'init\n' + \
-' /* include any code here that needs to be executed before the\n' + \
-' * extension classes get initialised */\n' + \
-'%%%%\n' + \
-'\n' + \
-'/* you should add appropriate ignore, ignore-glob and\n' + \
-' * override sections here */\n'
-
-def open_with_backup(file):
- if os.path.exists(file):
- try:
- os.rename(file, file+'~')
- except OSError:
- # fail silently if we can't make a backup
- pass
- return open(file, 'w')
-
-def write_skels(fileprefix, prefix, module):
- fp = open_with_backup(fileprefix+'module.c')
- fp.write(module_init_template % { 'prefix': prefix, 'module': module })
- fp.close()
- fp = open_with_backup(fileprefix+'.override')
- fp.write(override_template % { 'prefix': prefix, 'module': module })
- fp.close()
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:], 'f:p:m:h',
- ['file-prefix=', 'prefix=', 'module=', 'help'])
- fileprefix = None
- prefix = None
- module = None
- for opt, arg in opts:
- if opt in ('-f', '--file-prefix'):
- fileprefix = arg
- elif opt in ('-p', '--prefix'):
- prefix = arg
- elif opt in ('-m', '--module'):
- module = arg
- elif opt in ('-h', '--help'):
- print 'usage: mkskel.py -f fileprefix -p prefix -m module'
- sys.exit(0)
- if not fileprefix or not prefix or not module:
- print 'usage: mkskel.py -f fileprefix -p prefix -m module'
- sys.exit(1)
- write_skels(fileprefix, prefix, module)
diff --git a/python/codegen/override.py b/python/codegen/override.py
deleted file mode 100644
index 2e8c6a4..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/override.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,288 +0,0 @@
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-
-# this file contains code for loading up an override file. The override file
-# provides implementations of functions where the code generator could not
-# do its job correctly.
-
-import fnmatch
-import os
-import re
-import string
-import sys
-
-def class2cname(klass, method):
- c_name = ''
- for c in klass:
- if c.isupper():
- c_name += '_' + c.lower()
- else:
- c_name += c
- return c_name[1:] + '_' + method
-
-import_pat = re.compile(r'\s*import\s+(\S+)\.([^\s.]+)\s+as\s+(\S+)')
-
-class Overrides:
- def __init__(self, filename=None, path=[]):
- self.modulename = None
- self.ignores = {}
- self.glob_ignores = []
- self.type_ignores = {}
- self.overrides = {}
- self.overridden = {}
- self.kwargs = {}
- self.noargs = {}
- self.onearg = {}
- self.staticmethod = {}
- self.classmethod = {}
- self.startlines = {}
- self.override_attrs = {}
- self.override_slots = {}
- self.headers = ''
- self.body = ''
- self.init = ''
- self.imports = []
- self.defines = {}
- self.functions = {}
- self.newstyle_constructors = {}
- self.path = [os.path.abspath(x) for x in path]
- if filename:
- self.handle_file(filename)
-
- def handle_file(self, filename):
- oldpath = os.getcwd()
-
- fp = None
- for path in self.path:
- os.chdir(oldpath)
- os.chdir(path)
- try:
- fp = open(filename, 'r')
- break
- except:
- os.chdir(oldpath)
- if not fp:
- raise Exception, "Couldn't find file %s" % filename
-
- dirname = path
-
- if dirname != oldpath:
- os.chdir(dirname)
-
- # read all the components of the file ...
- bufs = []
- startline = 1
- lines = []
- line = fp.readline()
- linenum = 1
- while line:
- if line == '%%\n' or line == '%%':
- if lines:
- bufs.append((string.join(lines, ''), startline))
- startline = linenum + 1
- lines = []
- else:
- lines.append(line)
- line = fp.readline()
- linenum = linenum + 1
- if lines:
- bufs.append((string.join(lines, ''), startline))
- if not bufs: return
-
- for buf, startline in bufs:
- self.__parse_override(buf, startline, filename)
-
- os.chdir(oldpath)
-
- def __parse_override(self, buffer, startline, filename):
- pos = string.find(buffer, '\n')
- if pos >= 0:
- line = buffer[:pos]
- rest = buffer[pos+1:]
- else:
- line = buffer ; rest = ''
- words = string.split(line)
- command = words[0]
- if (command == 'ignore' or
- command == 'ignore-' + sys.platform):
- "ignore/ignore-platform [functions..]"
- for func in words[1:]:
- self.ignores[func] = 1
- for func in string.split(rest):
- self.ignores[func] = 1
- elif (command == 'ignore-glob' or
- command == 'ignore-glob-' + sys.platform):
- "ignore-glob/ignore-glob-platform [globs..]"
- for func in words[1:]:
- self.glob_ignores.append(func)
- for func in string.split(rest):
- self.glob_ignores.append(func)
- elif (command == 'ignore-type' or
- command == 'ignore-type-' + sys.platform):
- "ignore-type/ignore-type-platform [typenames..]"
- for typename in words[1:]:
- self.type_ignores[typename] = 1
- for typename in string.split(rest):
- self.type_ignores[typename] = 1
- elif command == 'override':
- "override function/method [kwargs|noargs|onearg] [staticmethod|classmethod]"
- func = words[1]
- if 'kwargs' in words[1:]:
- self.kwargs[func] = 1
- elif 'noargs' in words[1:]:
- self.noargs[func] = 1
- elif 'onearg' in words[1:]:
- self.onearg[func] = True
-
- if 'staticmethod' in words[1:]:
- self.staticmethod[func] = True
- elif 'classmethod' in words[1:]:
- self.classmethod[func] = True
- if func in self.overrides:
- raise RuntimeError("Function %s is being overridden more than once" % (func,))
- self.overrides[func] = rest
- self.startlines[func] = (startline + 1, filename)
- elif command == 'override-attr':
- "override-slot Class.attr"
- attr = words[1]
- self.override_attrs[attr] = rest
- self.startlines[attr] = (startline + 1, filename)
- elif command == 'override-slot':
- "override-slot Class.slot"
- slot = words[1]
- self.override_slots[slot] = rest
- self.startlines[slot] = (startline + 1, filename)
- elif command == 'headers':
- "headers"
- self.headers = '%s\n#line %d "%s"\n%s' % \
- (self.headers, startline + 1, filename, rest)
- elif command == 'body':
- "body"
- self.body = '%s\n#line %d "%s"\n%s' % \
- (self.body, startline + 1, filename, rest)
- elif command == 'init':
- "init"
- self.init = '%s\n#line %d "%s"\n%s' % \
- (self.init, startline + 1, filename, rest)
- elif command == 'modulename':
- "modulename name"
- self.modulename = words[1]
- elif command == 'include':
- "include filename"
- for filename in words[1:]:
- self.handle_file(filename)
- for filename in string.split(rest):
- self.handle_file(filename)
- elif command == 'import':
- "import module1 [\n module2, \n module3 ...]"
- for line in string.split(buffer, '\n'):
- match = import_pat.match(line)
- if match:
- self.imports.append(match.groups())
- elif command == 'define':
- "define funcname [kwargs|noargs|onearg] [classmethod|staticmethod]"
- "define Class.method [kwargs|noargs|onearg] [classmethod|staticmethod]"
- func = words[1]
- klass = None
- if func.find('.') != -1:
- klass, func = func.split('.', 1)
-
- if not self.defines.has_key(klass):
- self.defines[klass] = {}
- self.defines[klass][func] = rest
- else:
- self.functions[func] = rest
-
- if 'kwargs' in words[1:]:
- self.kwargs[func] = 1
- elif 'noargs' in words[1:]:
- self.noargs[func] = 1
- elif 'onearg' in words[1:]:
- self.onearg[func] = 1
-
- if 'staticmethod' in words[1:]:
- self.staticmethod[func] = True
- elif 'classmethod' in words[1:]:
- self.classmethod[func] = True
-
- self.startlines[func] = (startline + 1, filename)
-
- elif command == 'new-constructor':
- "new-constructor GType"
- gtype, = words[1:]
- self.newstyle_constructors[gtype] = True
-
- def is_ignored(self, name):
- if self.ignores.has_key(name):
- return 1
- for glob in self.glob_ignores:
- if fnmatch.fnmatchcase(name, glob):
- return 1
- return 0
-
- def is_type_ignored(self, name):
- return name in self.type_ignores
-
- def is_overriden(self, name):
- return self.overrides.has_key(name)
-
- def is_already_included(self, name):
- return self.overridden.has_key(name)
-
- def override(self, name):
- self.overridden[name] = 1
- return self.overrides[name]
-
- def define(self, klass, name):
- self.overridden[class2cname(klass, name)] = 1
- return self.defines[klass][name]
-
- def function(self, name):
- return self.functions[name]
-
- def getstartline(self, name):
- return self.startlines[name]
-
- def wants_kwargs(self, name):
- return self.kwargs.has_key(name)
-
- def wants_noargs(self, name):
- return self.noargs.has_key(name)
-
- def wants_onearg(self, name):
- return self.onearg.has_key(name)
-
- def is_staticmethod(self, name):
- return self.staticmethod.has_key(name)
-
- def is_classmethod(self, name):
- return self.classmethod.has_key(name)
-
- def attr_is_overriden(self, attr):
- return self.override_attrs.has_key(attr)
-
- def attr_override(self, attr):
- return self.override_attrs[attr]
-
- def slot_is_overriden(self, slot):
- return self.override_slots.has_key(slot)
-
- def slot_override(self, slot):
- return self.override_slots[slot]
-
- def get_headers(self):
- return self.headers
-
- def get_body(self):
- return self.body
-
- def get_init(self):
- return self.init
-
- def get_imports(self):
- return self.imports
-
- def get_defines_for(self, klass):
- return self.defines.get(klass, {})
-
- def get_functions(self):
- return self.functions
diff --git a/python/codegen/reversewrapper.py b/python/codegen/reversewrapper.py
deleted file mode 100644
index f528828..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/reversewrapper.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,771 +0,0 @@
-### -*- python -*-
-### Code to generate "Reverse Wrappers", i.e. C->Python wrappers
-### (C) 2004 Gustavo Carneiro <gjc@gnome.org>
-import argtypes
-import os
-
-DEBUG_MODE = ('PYGTK_CODEGEN_DEBUG' in os.environ)
-
-def join_ctype_name(ctype, name):
- '''Joins a C type and a variable name into a single string'''
- if ctype[-1] != '*':
- return " ".join((ctype, name))
- else:
- return "".join((ctype, name))
-
-
-class CodeSink(object):
- def __init__(self):
- self.indent_level = 0 # current indent level
- self.indent_stack = [] # previous indent levels
-
- def _format_code(self, code):
- assert isinstance(code, str)
- l = []
- for line in code.split('\n'):
- l.append(' '*self.indent_level + line)
- if l[-1]:
- l.append('')
- return '\n'.join(l)
-
- def writeln(self, line=''):
- raise NotImplementedError
-
- def indent(self, level=4):
- '''Add a certain ammount of indentation to all lines written
- from now on and until unindent() is called'''
- self.indent_stack.append(self.indent_level)
- self.indent_level += level
-
- def unindent(self):
- '''Revert indentation level to the value before last indent() call'''
- self.indent_level = self.indent_stack.pop()
-
-
-class FileCodeSink(CodeSink):
- def __init__(self, fp):
- CodeSink.__init__(self)
- assert isinstance(fp, file)
- self.fp = fp
-
- def writeln(self, line=''):
- self.fp.write(self._format_code(line))
-
-class MemoryCodeSink(CodeSink):
- def __init__(self):
- CodeSink.__init__(self)
- self.lines = []
-
- def writeln(self, line=''):
- self.lines.append(self._format_code(line))
-
- def flush_to(self, sink):
- assert isinstance(sink, CodeSink)
- for line in self.lines:
- sink.writeln(line.rstrip())
- self.lines = []
-
- def flush(self):
- l = []
- for line in self.lines:
- l.append(self._format_code(line))
- self.lines = []
- return "".join(l)
-
-class ReverseWrapper(object):
- '''Object that generates a C->Python wrapper'''
- def __init__(self, cname, is_static=True):
- assert isinstance(cname, str)
-
- self.cname = cname
- ## function object we will call, or object whose method we will call
- self.called_pyobj = None
- ## name of method of self.called_pyobj we will call
- self.method_name = None
- self.is_static = is_static
-
- self.parameters = []
- self.declarations = MemoryCodeSink()
- self.post_return_code = MemoryCodeSink()
- self.body = MemoryCodeSink()
- self.cleanup_actions = []
- self.pyargv_items = []
- self.pyargv_optional_items = []
- self.pyret_parse_items = [] # list of (format_spec, parameter)
-
- def set_call_target(self, called_pyobj, method_name=None):
- assert called_pyobj is not None
- assert self.called_pyobj is None
- self.called_pyobj = called_pyobj
- self.method_name = method_name
-
- def set_return_type(self, return_type):
- assert isinstance(return_type, ReturnType)
- self.return_type = return_type
-
- def add_parameter(self, param):
- assert isinstance(param, Parameter)
- self.parameters.append(param)
-
- def add_declaration(self, decl_code):
- self.declarations.writeln(decl_code)
-
- def add_pyargv_item(self, variable, optional=False):
- if optional:
- self.pyargv_optional_items.append(variable)
- else:
- self.pyargv_items.append(variable)
-
- def add_pyret_parse_item(self, format_specifier, parameter, prepend=False):
- if prepend:
- self.pyret_parse_items.insert(0, (format_specifier, parameter))
- else:
- self.pyret_parse_items.append((format_specifier, parameter))
-
- def write_code(self, code,
- cleanup=None,
- failure_expression=None,
- failure_cleanup=None,
- failure_exception=None,
- code_sink=None):
- '''Add a chunk of code with cleanup and error handling
-
- This method is to be used by TypeHandlers when generating code
-
- Keywork arguments:
- code -- code to add
- cleanup -- code to cleanup any dynamic resources created by @code
- (except in case of failure) (default None)
- failure_expression -- C boolean expression to indicate
- if anything failed (default None)
- failure_cleanup -- code to cleanup any dynamic resources
- created by @code in case of failure (default None)
- failure_exception -- code to raise an exception in case of
- failure (which will be immediately
- printed and cleared), (default None)
- code_sink -- "code sink" to use; by default,
- ReverseWrapper.body is used, which writes the
- main body of the wrapper, before calling the
- python method. Alternatively,
- ReverseWrapper.after_pyret_parse can be used, to
- write code after the PyArg_ParseTuple that
- parses the python method return value.
- '''
- if code_sink is None:
- code_sink = self.body
- if code is not None:
- code_sink.writeln(code)
- if failure_expression is not None:
- code_sink.writeln("if (%s) {" % (failure_expression,))
- code_sink.indent()
- if failure_exception is None:
- code_sink.writeln("if (PyErr_Occurred())")
- code_sink.indent()
- code_sink.writeln("PyErr_Print();")
- code_sink.unindent()
- else:
- code_sink.writeln(failure_exception)
- code_sink.writeln("PyErr_Print();")
- if failure_cleanup is not None:
- code_sink.writeln(failure_cleanup)
- for cleanup_action in self.cleanup_actions:
- code_sink.writeln(cleanup_action)
- self.return_type.write_error_return()
- code_sink.unindent()
- code_sink.writeln("}")
- if cleanup is not None:
- self.cleanup_actions.insert(0, cleanup)
-
- def generate(self, sink):
- '''Generate the code into a CodeSink object'''
- assert isinstance(sink, CodeSink)
-
- if DEBUG_MODE:
- self.declarations.writeln("/* begin declarations */")
- self.body.writeln("/* begin main body */")
- self.post_return_code.writeln("/* begin post-return code */")
-
- self.add_declaration("PyGILState_STATE __py_state;")
- self.write_code(code="__py_state = pyg_gil_state_ensure();",
- cleanup="pyg_gil_state_release(__py_state);")
-
- for param in self.parameters:
- param.convert_c2py()
-
- assert self.called_pyobj is not None,\
- "Parameters failed to provide a target function or method."
-
- if self.is_static:
- sink.writeln('static %s' % self.return_type.get_c_type())
- else:
- sink.writeln(self.return_type.get_c_type())
- c_proto_params = map(Parameter.format_for_c_proto, self.parameters)
- sink.writeln("%s(%s)\n{" % (self.cname, ", ".join(c_proto_params)))
-
- self.return_type.write_decl()
- self.add_declaration("PyObject *py_retval;")
-
- ## Handle number of arguments
- if self.pyargv_items:
- self.add_declaration("PyObject *py_args;")
- py_args = "py_args"
- if self.pyargv_optional_items:
- self.add_declaration("int argc = %i;" % len(self.pyargv_items))
- argc = "argc"
- for arg in self.pyargv_optional_items:
- self.body.writeln("if (%s)" % arg)
- self.body.indent()
- self.body.writeln("++argc;")
- self.body.unindent()
- else:
- argc = str(len(self.pyargv_items))
- else:
- if self.pyargv_optional_items:
- self.add_declaration("PyObject *py_args;")
- py_args = "py_args"
- self.add_declaration("int argc = 0;")
- argc = "argc"
- for arg in self.pyargv_optional_items:
- self.body.writeln("if (%s)" % arg)
- self.body.indent()
- self.body.writeln("++argc;")
- self.body.unindent()
- else:
- py_args = "NULL"
- argc = None
-
- self.body.writeln()
-
- if py_args != "NULL":
- self.write_code("py_args = PyTuple_New(%s);" % argc,
- cleanup="Py_DECREF(py_args);")
- pos = 0
- for arg in self.pyargv_items:
- try: # try to remove the Py_DECREF cleanup action, if we can
- self.cleanup_actions.remove("Py_DECREF(%s);" % arg)
- except ValueError: # otherwise we have to Py_INCREF..
- self.body.writeln("Py_INCREF(%s);" % arg)
- self.body.writeln("PyTuple_SET_ITEM(%s, %i, %s);" % (py_args, pos, arg))
- pos += 1
- for arg in self.pyargv_optional_items:
- self.body.writeln("if (%s) {" % arg)
- self.body.indent()
- try: # try to remove the Py_DECREF cleanup action, if we can
- self.cleanup_actions.remove("Py_XDECREF(%s);" % arg)
- except ValueError: # otherwise we have to Py_INCREF..
- self.body.writeln("Py_INCREF(%s);" % arg)
- self.body.writeln("PyTuple_SET_ITEM(%s, %i, %s);" % (py_args, pos, arg))
- self.body.unindent()
- self.body.writeln("}")
- pos += 1
-
- self.body.writeln()
-
- ## Call the python method
- if self.method_name is None:
- self.write_code("py_retval = PyObject_Call(%s, %s);"
- % (self.called_pyobj, py_args),
- cleanup="Py_DECREF(py_retval);",
- failure_expression="!py_retval")
- else:
- self.add_declaration("PyObject *py_method;")
- self.write_code("py_method = PyObject_GetAttrString(%s, \"%s\");"
- % (self.called_pyobj, self.method_name),
- cleanup="Py_DECREF(py_method);",
- failure_expression="!py_method")
- self.write_code("py_retval = PyObject_CallObject(py_method, %s);"
- % (py_args,),
- cleanup="Py_DECREF(py_retval);",
- failure_expression="!py_retval")
-
- ## -- Handle the return value --
-
- ## we need to check if the return_type object is prepared to cooperate with multiple return values
- len_before = len(self.pyret_parse_items)
- self.return_type.write_conversion()
- len_after = len(self.pyret_parse_items)
- assert (self.return_type.get_c_type() == 'void'
- or not (len_before == len_after and len_after > 0)),\
- ("Bug in reverse wrappers: return type handler %s"
- " is not prepared to cooperate multiple return values") % (type(self.return_type),)
-
- sink.indent()
-
- if len(self.pyret_parse_items) == 1:
- ## if retval is one item only, pack it in a tuple so we
- ## can use PyArg_ParseTuple as usual..
- self.write_code('py_retval = Py_BuildValue("(N)", py_retval);')
- if len(self.pyret_parse_items) > 0:
- ## Parse return values using PyArg_ParseTuple
- self.write_code(code=None, failure_expression=(
- '!PyArg_ParseTuple(py_retval, "%s", %s)' % (
- "".join([format for format, param in self.pyret_parse_items]),
- ", ".join([param for format, param in self.pyret_parse_items]))))
-
- if DEBUG_MODE:
- self.declarations.writeln("/* end declarations */")
- self.declarations.flush_to(sink)
- sink.writeln()
- if DEBUG_MODE:
- self.body.writeln("/* end main body */")
- self.body.flush_to(sink)
- sink.writeln()
- if DEBUG_MODE:
- self.post_return_code.writeln("/* end post-return code */")
- self.post_return_code.flush_to(sink)
- sink.writeln()
-
- for cleanup_action in self.cleanup_actions:
- sink.writeln(cleanup_action)
- if self.return_type.get_c_type() != 'void':
- sink.writeln()
- sink.writeln("return retval;")
- sink.unindent()
- sink.writeln("}")
-
-class TypeHandler(object):
- def __init__(self, wrapper, **props):
- assert isinstance(wrapper, ReverseWrapper)
- self.wrapper = wrapper
- self.props = props
-
-class ReturnType(TypeHandler):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- raise NotImplementedError
-
- def write_decl(self):
- raise NotImplementedError
-
- def write_error_return(self):
- '''Write "return <value>" code in case of error'''
- raise NotImplementedError
-
- def write_conversion(self):
- '''Writes code to convert Python return value in 'py_retval'
- into C 'retval'. Returns a string with C boolean expression
- that determines if anything went wrong. '''
- raise NotImplementedError
-
-class Parameter(TypeHandler):
-
- def __init__(self, wrapper, name, **props):
- TypeHandler.__init__(self, wrapper, **props)
- self.name = name
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- raise NotImplementedError
-
- def convert_c2py(self):
- '''Write some code before calling the Python method.'''
- pass
-
- def format_for_c_proto(self):
- return join_ctype_name(self.get_c_type(), self.name)
-
-
-###---
-class StringParam(Parameter):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'char *').replace('const-', 'const ')
-
- def convert_c2py(self):
- if self.props.get('optional', False):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s = NULL;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("if (%s)\n"
- " py_%s = PyString_FromString(%s);\n"
- % (self.name, self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_XDECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name, optional=True)
- else:
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = PyString_FromString(%s);" %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name),
- failure_expression=("!py_%s" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-for ctype in ('char*', 'gchar*', 'const-char*', 'char-const*', 'const-gchar*',
- 'gchar-const*', 'string', 'static_string'):
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse(ctype, StringParam)
-del ctype
-
-class StringReturn(ReturnType):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return "char *"
-
- def write_decl(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("char *retval;")
-
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return NULL;")
-
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.add_pyret_parse_item("s", "&retval", prepend=True)
- self.wrapper.write_code("retval = g_strdup(retval);", code_sink=self.wrapper.post_return_code)
-
-for ctype in ('char*', 'gchar*'):
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret(ctype, StringReturn)
-del ctype
-
-
-class VoidReturn(ReturnType):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return "void"
-
- def write_decl(self):
- pass
-
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return;")
-
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=None,
- failure_expression="py_retval != Py_None",
- failure_cleanup='PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "retval should be None");')
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret('void', VoidReturn)
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret('none', VoidReturn)
-
-class GObjectParam(Parameter):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'GObject *')
-
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s = NULL;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("if (%s)\n"
- " py_%s = pygobject_new((GObject *) %s);\n"
- "else {\n"
- " Py_INCREF(Py_None);\n"
- " py_%s = Py_None;\n"
- "}"
- % (self.name, self.name, self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse('GObject*', GObjectParam)
-
-class GObjectReturn(ReturnType):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'GObject *')
-
- def write_decl(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("%s retval;" % self.get_c_type())
-
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return NULL;")
-
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=None,
- failure_expression="!PyObject_TypeCheck(py_retval, &PyGObject_Type)",
- failure_exception='PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "retval should be a GObject");')
- self.wrapper.write_code("retval = (%s) pygobject_get(py_retval);"
- % self.get_c_type())
- self.wrapper.write_code("g_object_ref((GObject *) retval);")
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret('GObject*', GObjectReturn)
-
-
-
-class IntParam(Parameter):
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'int')
-
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = PyInt_FromLong(%s);" %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-class IntReturn(ReturnType):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'int')
- def write_decl(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("%s retval;" % self.get_c_type())
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return -G_MAXINT;")
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.add_pyret_parse_item("i", "&retval", prepend=True)
-
-for argtype in ('int', 'gint', 'guint', 'short', 'gshort', 'gushort', 'long',
- 'glong', 'gsize', 'gssize', 'guint8', 'gint8', 'guint16',
- 'gint16', 'gint32', 'GTime'):
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse(argtype, IntParam)
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret(argtype, IntReturn)
-del argtype
-
-class IntPtrParam(Parameter):
- def __init__(self, wrapper, name, **props):
- if "direction" not in props:
- raise ValueError("cannot use int* parameter without direction")
- if props["direction"] not in ("out", "inout"):
- raise ValueError("cannot use int* parameter with direction '%s'" % (props["direction"],))
- Parameter.__init__(self, wrapper, name, **props)
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'int*')
- def convert_c2py(self):
- if self.props["direction"] == "inout":
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = PyInt_FromLong(*%s);" %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.add_pyret_parse_item("i", self.name)
-for argtype in ('int*', 'gint*'):
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse(argtype, IntPtrParam)
-del argtype
-
-
-class GEnumReturn(IntReturn):
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=None,
- failure_expression=("pyg_enum_get_value(%s, py_retval, (gint *)&retval)" %
- self.props['typecode']))
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret("GEnum", GEnumReturn)
-
-class GEnumParam(IntParam):
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = pyg_enum_from_gtype(%s, %s);" %
- (self.name, self.props['typecode'], self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name),
- failure_expression=("!py_%s" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse("GEnum", GEnumParam)
-
-class GFlagsReturn(IntReturn):
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=None,
- failure_expression=("pyg_flags_get_value(%s, py_retval, (gint *)&retval)" %
- self.props['typecode']))
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret("GFlags", GFlagsReturn)
-
-class GFlagsParam(IntParam):
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = pyg_flags_from_gtype(%s, %s);" %
- (self.name, self.props['typecode'], self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name),
- failure_expression=("!py_%s" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse("GFlags", GFlagsParam)
-
-
-class GtkTreePathParam(IntParam):
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = pygtk_tree_path_to_pyobject(%s);" %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name),
- failure_expression=("!py_%s" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse("GtkTreePath*", GtkTreePathParam)
-
-
-class BooleanReturn(ReturnType):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return "gboolean"
- def write_decl(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("gboolean retval;")
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_main_retval;")
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return FALSE;")
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.add_pyret_parse_item("O", "&py_main_retval", prepend=True)
- self.wrapper.write_code("retval = PyObject_IsTrue(py_main_retval)? TRUE : FALSE;",
- code_sink=self.wrapper.post_return_code)
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret("gboolean", BooleanReturn)
-
-class BooleanParam(Parameter):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return "gboolean"
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code("py_%s = %s? Py_True : Py_False;"
- % (self.name, self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse("gboolean", BooleanParam)
-
-
-class DoubleParam(Parameter):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'gdouble')
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = PyFloat_FromDouble(%s);" %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-class DoublePtrParam(Parameter):
- def __init__(self, wrapper, name, **props):
- if "direction" not in props:
- raise ValueError("cannot use double* parameter without direction")
- if props["direction"] not in ("out", ): # inout not yet implemented
- raise ValueError("cannot use double* parameter with direction '%s'" % (props["direction"],))
- Parameter.__init__(self, wrapper, name, **props)
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'double*')
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_pyret_parse_item("d", self.name)
-for argtype in ('double*', 'gdouble*'):
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse(argtype, DoublePtrParam)
-del argtype
-
-class DoubleReturn(ReturnType):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'gdouble')
- def write_decl(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("%s retval;" % self.get_c_type())
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return -G_MAXFLOAT;")
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=None,
- failure_expression="!PyFloat_AsDouble(py_retval)",
- failure_cleanup='PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "retval should be a float");')
- self.wrapper.write_code("retval = PyFloat_AsDouble(py_retval);")
-
-for argtype in ('float', 'double', 'gfloat', 'gdouble'):
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse(argtype, DoubleParam)
- argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret(argtype, DoubleReturn)
-
-
-class GBoxedParam(Parameter):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type').replace('const-', 'const ')
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- ctype = self.get_c_type()
- if ctype.startswith('const '):
- ctype_no_const = ctype[len('const '):]
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=('py_%s = pyg_boxed_new(%s, (%s) %s, TRUE, TRUE);' %
- (self.name, self.props['typecode'],
- ctype_no_const, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- else:
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=('py_%s = pyg_boxed_new(%s, %s, FALSE, FALSE);' %
- (self.name, self.props['typecode'], self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse("GBoxed", GBoxedParam)
-
-class GBoxedReturn(ReturnType):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type')
- def write_decl(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("%s retval;" % self.get_c_type())
- def write_error_return(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code("return retval;")
- def write_conversion(self):
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- failure_expression=("!pyg_boxed_check(py_retval, %s)" %
- (self.props['typecode'],)),
- failure_cleanup=('PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "retval should be a %s");'
- % (self.props['typename'],)))
- self.wrapper.write_code('retval = pyg_boxed_get(py_retval, %s);' %
- self.props['typename'])
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse_ret("GBoxed", GBoxedReturn)
-
-
-class GdkRectanglePtrParam(Parameter):
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type').replace('const-', 'const ')
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(
- code=('py_%s = pyg_boxed_new(GDK_TYPE_RECTANGLE, %s, TRUE, TRUE);' %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_%s" % self.name)
-
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse("GdkRectangle*", GdkRectanglePtrParam)
-argtypes.matcher.register_reverse('GtkAllocation*', GdkRectanglePtrParam)
-
-
-class PyGObjectMethodParam(Parameter):
- def __init__(self, wrapper, name, method_name, **props):
- Parameter.__init__(self, wrapper, name, **props)
- self.method_name = method_name
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return self.props.get('c_type', 'GObject *')
-
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_%s;" % self.name)
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("py_%s = pygobject_new((GObject *) %s);" %
- (self.name, self.name)),
- cleanup=("Py_DECREF(py_%s);" % self.name),
- failure_expression=("!py_%s" % self.name))
- self.wrapper.set_call_target("py_%s" % self.name, self.method_name)
-
-class CallbackInUserDataParam(Parameter):
- def __init__(self, wrapper, name, free_it, **props):
- Parameter.__init__(self, wrapper, name, **props)
- self.free_it = free_it
-
- def get_c_type(self):
- return "gpointer"
-
- def convert_c2py(self):
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject **_user_data;")
- cleanup = self.free_it and ("g_free(%s);" % self.name) or None
- self.wrapper.write_code(code=("_real_user_data = (PyObject **) %s;"
- % self.name),
- cleanup=cleanup)
-
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_func;")
- cleanup = self.free_it and "Py_DECREF(py_func);" or None
- self.wrapper.write_code(code="py_func = _user_data[0];",
- cleanup=cleanup)
- self.wrapper.set_call_target("py_func")
-
- self.wrapper.add_declaration("PyObject *py_user_data;")
- cleanup = self.free_it and "Py_XDECREF(py_user_data);" or None
- self.wrapper.write_code(code="py_user_data = _user_data[1];",
- cleanup=cleanup)
- self.wrapper.add_pyargv_item("py_user_data", optional=True)
-
-def _test():
- import sys
-
- if 1:
- wrapper = ReverseWrapper("this_is_the_c_function_name", is_static=True)
- wrapper.set_return_type(StringReturn(wrapper))
- wrapper.add_parameter(PyGObjectMethodParam(wrapper, "self", method_name="do_xxx"))
- wrapper.add_parameter(StringParam(wrapper, "param2", optional=True))
- wrapper.add_parameter(GObjectParam(wrapper, "param3"))
- #wrapper.add_parameter(InoutIntParam(wrapper, "param4"))
- wrapper.generate(FileCodeSink(sys.stderr))
-
- if 0:
- wrapper = ReverseWrapper("this_a_callback_wrapper")
- wrapper.set_return_type(VoidReturn(wrapper))
- wrapper.add_parameter(StringParam(wrapper, "param1", optional=False))
- wrapper.add_parameter(GObjectParam(wrapper, "param2"))
- wrapper.add_parameter(CallbackInUserDataParam(wrapper, "data", free_it=True))
- wrapper.generate(FileCodeSink(sys.stderr))
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- _test()
diff --git a/python/codegen/scmexpr.py b/python/codegen/scmexpr.py
deleted file mode 100644
index d08c517..0000000
--- a/python/codegen/scmexpr.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,144 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-# -*- Mode: Python; py-indent-offset: 4 -*-
-from __future__ import generators
-
-import string
-import types
-from cStringIO import StringIO
-
-class error(Exception):
- def __init__(self, filename, lineno, msg):
- Exception.__init__(self, msg)
- self.filename = filename
- self.lineno = lineno
- self.msg = msg
- def __str__(self):
- return '%s:%d: error: %s' % (self.filename, self.lineno, self.msg)
-
-trans = [' '] * 256
-for i in range(256):
- if chr(i) in string.letters + string.digits + '_':
- trans[i] = chr(i)
- else:
- trans[i] = '_'
-trans = string.join(trans, '')
-
-def parse(filename):
- if isinstance(filename, str):
- fp = open(filename, 'r')
- else: # if not string, assume it is some kind of iterator
- fp = filename
- filename = getattr(fp, 'name', '<unknown>')
- whitespace = ' \t\n\r\x0b\x0c'
- nonsymbol = whitespace + '();\'"'
- stack = []
- openlines = []
- lineno = 0
- for line in fp:
- pos = 0
- lineno += 1
- while pos < len(line):
- if line[pos] in whitespace: # ignore whitespace
- pass
- elif line[pos] == ';': # comment
- break
- elif line[pos:pos+2] == "'(":
- pass # the open parenthesis will be handled next iteration
- elif line[pos] == '(':
- stack.append(())
- openlines.append(lineno)
- elif line[pos] == ')':
- if len(stack) == 0:
- raise error(filename, lineno, 'close parenthesis found when none open')
- closed = stack[-1]
- del stack[-1]
- del openlines[-1]
- if stack:
- stack[-1] += (closed,)
- else:
- yield closed
- elif line[pos] == '"': # quoted string
- if not stack:
- raise error(filename, lineno,
- 'string found outside of s-expression')
- endpos = pos + 1
- chars = []
- while endpos < len(line):
- if endpos+1 < len(line) and line[endpos] == '\\':
- endpos += 1
- if line[endpos] == 'n':
- chars.append('\n')
- elif line[endpos] == 'r':
- chars.append('\r')
- elif line[endpos] == 't':
- chars.append('\t')
- else:
- chars.append('\\')
- chars.append(line[endpos])
- elif line[endpos] == '"':
- break
- else:
- chars.append(line[endpos])
- endpos += 1
- if endpos >= len(line):
- raise error(filename, lineno, "unclosed quoted string")
- pos = endpos
- stack[-1] += (''.join(chars),)
- else: # symbol/number
- if not stack:
- raise error(filename, lineno,
- 'identifier found outside of s-expression')
- endpos = pos
- while endpos < len(line) and line[endpos] not in nonsymbol:
- endpos += 1
- symbol = line[pos:endpos]
- pos = max(pos, endpos-1)
- try: symbol = int(symbol)
- except ValueError:
- try: symbol = float(symbol)
- except ValueError: pass
- stack[-1] += (symbol,)
- pos += 1
- if len(stack) != 0:
- msg = '%d unclosed parentheses found at end of ' \
- 'file (opened on line(s) %s)' % (len(stack),
- ', '.join(map(str, openlines)))
- raise error(filename, lineno, msg)
-
-class Parser:
- def __init__(self, filename):
- """Argument is either a string, a parse tree, or file object"""
- self.filename = filename
- def startParsing(self, filename=None):
- statements = parse(filename or self.filename)
- for statement in statements:
- self.handle(statement)
- def handle(self, tup):
- cmd = string.translate(tup[0], trans)
- if hasattr(self, cmd):
- getattr(self, cmd)(*tup[1:])
- else:
- self.unknown(tup)
- def unknown(self, tup):
- pass
-
-_testString = """; a scheme file
-(define-func gdk_font_load ; a comment at end of line
- GdkFont
- ((string name)))
-
-(define-boxed GdkEvent
- gdk_event_copy
- gdk_event_free
- "sizeof(GdkEvent)")
-"""
-
-if __name__ == '__main__':
- import sys
- if sys.argv[1:]:
- fp = open(sys.argv[1])
- else:
- fp = StringIO(_testString)
- statements = parse(fp)
- for s in statements:
- print `s`
diff --git a/python/common.h b/python/common.h
deleted file mode 100644
index c2ffeb4..0000000
--- a/python/common.h
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,79 +0,0 @@
-/* -*- Mode: C; ; c-file-style: "python" -*- */
-/* gst-python
- * Copyright (C) 2004 Johan Dahlin
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Library General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Library General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the
- * Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
- * Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
- *
- * Author: Johan Dahlin <johan@gnome.org>
- */
-#ifndef __COMMON_H__
-#define __COMMON_H__
-
-#include <Python.h>
-#include <pygobject.h>
-#include <glib.h>
-#include <glib-object.h>
-#include <gst/gst.h>
-
-#include <pygobject.h>
-#include "pygstminiobject.h"
-
-#if (defined HAVE_OLD_PYGTK && (PY_VERSION_HEX < 0x02030000))
- typedef destructor freefunc;
-#endif
-
-#if PY_VERSION_HEX < 0x02050000
-#define lenfunc inquiry
-#define ssizeargfunc intargfunc
-#define ssizessizeargfunc intintargfunc
-#define ssizeobjargproc intobjargproc
-#define ssizessizeobjargproc intintobjargproc
-#endif
-
-typedef struct {
- PyGObject *pad;
- GClosure *link_function;
- GClosure *event_function;
- GClosure *chain_function;
- GClosure *get_function;
- GClosure *getcaps_function;
- GClosure *setcaps_function;
- GClosure *activate_function;
- GClosure *activatepull_function;
- GClosure *activatepush_function;
- /* Query is not implemented as a closure to avoid refcounting
- * making the query immutable and therefore useless */
- PyObject *query_function;
-} PyGstPadPrivate;
-
-typedef struct {
- PyObject *func, *data;
-} PyGstCustomNotify;
-
-typedef struct {
- PyObject_HEAD
- GstIterator *iter;
-} PyGstIterator;
-
-extern PyTypeObject PyGstIterator_Type;
-
-
-/* from gst-types.c */
-GstCaps *pygst_caps_from_pyobject (PyObject *object, gboolean *copy);
-PyObject* pygst_iterator_new(GstIterator *iter);
-
-
-#endif /* __COMMON_H__ */
diff --git a/python/pygstminiobject.c b/python/pygstminiobject.c
deleted file mode 100644
index dcd4ded..0000000
--- a/python/pygstminiobject.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,373 +0,0 @@
-/* -*- Mode: C; c-basic-offset: 4 -*-
- * pygtk- Python bindings for the GTK toolkit.
- * Copyright (C) 1998-2003 James Henstridge
- *
- * pygobject.c: wrapper for the GObject type.
- *
- * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
- * modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
- * version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
- *
- * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
- * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
- * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
- * Lesser General Public License for more details.
- *
- * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
- * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
- * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307
- * USA
- */
-
-#define NO_IMPORT_PYGOBJECT
-#include "pygstminiobject.h"
-#include <gst/gst.h>
-
-static const gchar pygstminiobject_class_id[] = "PyGstMiniObject::class";
-static GQuark pygstminiobject_class_key = 0;
-/* static const gchar pygstminiobject_wrapper_id[] = "PyGstMiniObject::wrapper"; */
-/* static GQuark pygstminiobject_wrapper_key = 0; */
-
-static void pygstminiobject_dealloc(PyGstMiniObject *self);
-/* static int pygstminiobject_traverse(PyGstMiniObject *self, visitproc visit, void *arg); */
-/* static int pygstminiobject_clear(PyGstMiniObject *self); */
-
-GST_DEBUG_CATEGORY_EXTERN (pygst_debug);
-#define GST_CAT_DEFAULT pygst_debug
-
-/**
- * pygstminiobject_lookup_class:
- * @gtype: the GType of the GstMiniObject subclass.
- *
- * This function looks up the wrapper class used to represent
- * instances of a GstMiniObject represented by @gtype. If no wrapper class
- * or interface has been registered for the given GType, then a new
- * type will be created.
- *
- * Returns: The wrapper class for the GstMiniObject or NULL if the
- * GType has no registered type and a new type couldn't be created
- */
-PyTypeObject *
-pygstminiobject_lookup_class(GType gtype)
-{
- PyTypeObject *py_type = NULL;
- GType ctype = gtype;
-
- while (!py_type && ctype) {
- py_type = g_type_get_qdata(ctype, pygstminiobject_class_key);
- ctype = g_type_parent(ctype);
- }
- if (!ctype)
- g_error ("Couldn't find a good base type!!");
-
- return py_type;
-}
-
-/**
- * pygstminiobject_register_class:
- * @dict: the module dictionary. A reference to the type will be stored here.
- * @type_name: not used ?
- * @gtype: the GType of the Gstminiobject subclass.
- * @type: the Python type object for this wrapper.
- * @bases: a tuple of Python type objects that are the bases of this type.
- *
- * This function is used to register a Python type as the wrapper for
- * a particular Gstminiobject subclass. It will also insert a reference to
- * the wrapper class into the module dictionary passed as a reference,
- * which simplifies initialisation.
- */
-void
-pygstminiobject_register_class(PyObject *dict, const gchar *type_name,
- GType gtype, PyTypeObject *type,
- PyObject *bases)
-{
- PyObject *o;
- const char *class_name, *s;
-
- if (!pygstminiobject_class_key)
- pygstminiobject_class_key = g_quark_from_static_string(pygstminiobject_class_id);
-
- class_name = type->tp_name;
- s = strrchr(class_name, '.');
- if (s != NULL)
- class_name = s + 1;
-
- type->ob_type = &PyType_Type;
- type->tp_alloc = PyType_GenericAlloc;
- type->tp_new = PyType_GenericNew;
- if (bases) {
- type->tp_bases = bases;
- type->tp_base = (PyTypeObject *)PyTuple_GetItem(bases, 0);
- }
-
- if (PyType_Ready(type) < 0) {
- g_warning ("couldn't make the type `%s' ready", type->tp_name);
- return;
- }
-
- if (gtype) {
- o = pyg_type_wrapper_new(gtype);
- PyDict_SetItemString(type->tp_dict, "__gtype__", o);
- Py_DECREF(o);
-
- /* stash a pointer to the python class with the GType */
- Py_INCREF(type);
- g_type_set_qdata(gtype, pygstminiobject_class_key, type);
- }
-
- PyDict_SetItemString(dict, (char *)class_name, (PyObject *)type);
-}
-
-void
-pygstminiobject_register_wrapper (PyObject *self)
-{
-}
-
-
-/**
- * pygstminiobject_new:
- * @obj: a GstMiniObject instance.
- *
- * This function gets a reference to a wrapper for the given GstMiniObject
- * instance. A new wrapper will always be created.
- *
- * Returns: a reference to the wrapper for the GstMiniObject.
- */
-PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_new (GstMiniObject *obj)
-{
- PyGstMiniObject *self = NULL;
- PyGILState_STATE state;
- PyTypeObject *tp = NULL;
-
- if (obj == NULL) {
- Py_INCREF (Py_None);
- return Py_None;
- }
-
- /* since mini objects cannot notify us when they get destroyed, we
- * can't use a global hash to map GMO to PyO, and have to create a new
- * Python object every time we see it */
- tp = pygstminiobject_lookup_class (G_OBJECT_TYPE (obj));
- GST_DEBUG ("have to create wrapper for object %p", obj);
- if (!tp)
- g_warning ("Couldn't get class for type object : %p", obj);
- if (tp->tp_flags & Py_TPFLAGS_HEAPTYPE) {
- GST_INFO ("Increment refcount %p", tp);
- Py_INCREF (tp);
- }
- state = pyg_gil_state_ensure();
- self = PyObject_New (PyGstMiniObject, tp);
- pyg_gil_state_release(state);
-
- if (self == NULL)
- return NULL;
- self->obj = gst_mini_object_ref (obj);
-
- self->inst_dict = NULL;
- self->weakreflist = NULL;
-
- GST_DEBUG ("created Python object %p for GstMiniObject %p [ref:%d]",
- self, obj, GST_MINI_OBJECT_REFCOUNT_VALUE (obj));
- return (PyObject *) self;
-}
-
-static void
-pygstminiobject_dealloc(PyGstMiniObject *self)
-{
- PyGILState_STATE state;
-
- g_return_if_fail (self != NULL);
-
- GST_DEBUG ("At the beginning %p", self);
- state = pyg_gil_state_ensure();
-
- if (self->obj) {
- GST_DEBUG ("PyO %p unreffing GstMiniObject %p [ref:%d]", self,
- self->obj, GST_MINI_OBJECT_REFCOUNT_VALUE (self->obj));
- gst_mini_object_unref(self->obj);
- GST_DEBUG ("setting self %p -> obj to NULL", self);
- self->obj = NULL;
- }
-
- if (self->inst_dict) {
- Py_DECREF(self->inst_dict);
- self->inst_dict = NULL;
- }
-
- self->ob_type->tp_free((PyObject *) self);
- pyg_gil_state_release(state);
- GST_DEBUG ("At the end %p", self);
-}
-
-static int
-pygstminiobject_compare(PyGstMiniObject *self, PyGstMiniObject *v)
-{
- if (self->obj == v->obj) return 0;
- if (self->obj > v->obj) return -1;
- return 1;
-}
-
-static long
-pygstminiobject_hash(PyGstMiniObject *self)
-{
- return (long)self->obj;
-}
-
-static PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_repr(PyGstMiniObject *self)
-{
- gchar buf[256];
-
- g_snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf),
- "<%s mini-object (%s) at 0x%lx>",
- self->ob_type->tp_name,
- self->obj ? G_OBJECT_TYPE_NAME(self->obj) : "uninitialized",
- (long)self);
- return PyString_FromString(buf);
-}
-
-
-static void
-pygstminiobject_free(PyObject *op)
-{
- PyObject_FREE(op);
-}
-
-
-/* ---------------- PyGstMiniObject methods ----------------- */
-
-static int
-pygstminiobject_init(PyGstMiniObject *self, PyObject *args, PyObject *kwargs)
-{
- GType object_type;
- GstMiniObjectClass *class;
-
- if (!PyArg_ParseTuple(args, ":GstMiniObject.__init__", &object_type))
- return -1;
-
- object_type = pyg_type_from_object((PyObject *)self);
- if (!object_type)
- return -1;
-
- if (G_TYPE_IS_ABSTRACT(object_type)) {
- PyErr_Format(PyExc_TypeError, "cannot create instance of abstract "
- "(non-instantiable) type `%s'", g_type_name(object_type));
- return -1;
- }
-
- if ((class = g_type_class_ref (object_type)) == NULL) {
- PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError,
- "could not get a reference to type class");
- return -1;
- }
-
- self->obj = gst_mini_object_new(object_type);
- if (self->obj == NULL)
- PyErr_SetString (PyExc_RuntimeError, "could not create object");
-
- g_type_class_unref(class);
-
- return (self->obj) ? 0 : -1;
-}
-
-static PyObject *
-pygstminiobject__gstminiobject_init__(PyGstMiniObject *self, PyObject *args, PyObject *kwargs)
-{
- if (pygstminiobject_init(self, args, kwargs) < 0)
- return NULL;
- Py_INCREF(Py_None);
- return Py_None;
-}
-
-static PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_copy(PyGstMiniObject *self, PyObject *args)
-{
- return pygstminiobject_new(gst_mini_object_copy(self->obj));
-}
-
-static PyMethodDef pygstminiobject_methods[] = {
- { "__gstminiobject_init__", (PyCFunction)pygstminiobject__gstminiobject_init__,
- METH_VARARGS|METH_KEYWORDS },
- { "copy", (PyCFunction)pygstminiobject_copy, METH_VARARGS, "Copies the miniobject"},
- { NULL, NULL, 0 }
-};
-
-static PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_get_dict(PyGstMiniObject *self, void *closure)
-{
- if (self->inst_dict == NULL) {
- self->inst_dict = PyDict_New();
- if (self->inst_dict == NULL)
- return NULL;
- }
- Py_INCREF(self->inst_dict);
- return self->inst_dict;
-}
-
-static PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_get_refcount(PyGstMiniObject *self, void *closure)
-{
- return PyInt_FromLong(GST_MINI_OBJECT_REFCOUNT_VALUE(self->obj));
-}
-
-static PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_get_flags(PyGstMiniObject *self, void *closure)
-{
- return PyInt_FromLong(GST_MINI_OBJECT_FLAGS(self->obj));
-}
-
-static PyGetSetDef pygstminiobject_getsets[] = {
- { "__dict__", (getter)pygstminiobject_get_dict, (setter)0 },
- { "__grefcount__", (getter)pygstminiobject_get_refcount, (setter)0, },
- { "flags", (getter)pygstminiobject_get_flags, (setter)0, },
- { NULL, 0, 0 }
-};
-
-PyTypeObject PyGstMiniObject_Type = {
- PyObject_HEAD_INIT(NULL)
- 0, /* ob_size */
- "gst.MiniObject", /* tp_name */
- sizeof(PyGstMiniObject), /* tp_basicsize */
- 0, /* tp_itemsize */
- /* methods */
- (destructor)pygstminiobject_dealloc, /* tp_dealloc */
- (printfunc)0, /* tp_print */
- (getattrfunc)0, /* tp_getattr */
- (setattrfunc)0, /* tp_setattr */
- (cmpfunc)pygstminiobject_compare, /* tp_compare */
- (reprfunc)pygstminiobject_repr, /* tp_repr */
- 0, /* tp_as_number */
- 0, /* tp_as_sequence */
- 0, /* tp_as_mapping */
- (hashfunc)pygstminiobject_hash, /* tp_hash */
- (ternaryfunc)0, /* tp_call */
- (reprfunc)0, /* tp_str */
- (getattrofunc)0, /* tp_getattro */
- (setattrofunc)0, /* tp_setattro */
- 0, /* tp_as_buffer */
- Py_TPFLAGS_DEFAULT | Py_TPFLAGS_BASETYPE, /* tp_flags */
- NULL, /* Documentation string */
- (traverseproc)0, /* tp_traverse */
- (inquiry)0, /* tp_clear */
- (richcmpfunc)0, /* tp_richcompare */
- offsetof(PyGstMiniObject, weakreflist), /* tp_weaklistoffset */
- (getiterfunc)0, /* tp_iter */
- (iternextfunc)0, /* tp_iternext */
- pygstminiobject_methods, /* tp_methods */
- 0, /* tp_members */
- pygstminiobject_getsets, /* tp_getset */
- (PyTypeObject *)0, /* tp_base */
- (PyObject *)0, /* tp_dict */
- 0, /* tp_descr_get */
- 0, /* tp_descr_set */
- offsetof(PyGstMiniObject, inst_dict), /* tp_dictoffset */
- (initproc)pygstminiobject_init, /* tp_init */
- (allocfunc)0, /* tp_alloc */
- (newfunc)0, /* tp_new */
- (freefunc)pygstminiobject_free, /* tp_free */
- (inquiry)0, /* tp_is_gc */
- (PyObject *)0, /* tp_bases */
-};
-
diff --git a/python/pygstminiobject.h b/python/pygstminiobject.h
deleted file mode 100644
index 8551603..0000000
--- a/python/pygstminiobject.h
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,55 +0,0 @@
-/* -*- Mode: C; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */
-
-#ifndef _PYGSTMINIOBJECT_H_
-#define _PYGSTMINIOBJECT_H_
-
-#include <Python.h>
-
-#include <glib.h>
-#include <glib-object.h>
-
-#include "common.h"
-
-G_BEGIN_DECLS
-
-/* Work around bugs in PyGILState api fixed in 2.4.0a4 */
-#undef PYGIL_API_IS_BUGGY
-#if PY_VERSION_HEX < 0x020400A4
-#define PYGIL_API_IS_BUGGY TRUE
-#else
-#define PYGIL_API_IS_BUGGY FALSE
-#endif
-
-typedef struct {
- PyObject_HEAD
- GstMiniObject *obj;
- PyObject *inst_dict; /* the instance dictionary -- must be last */
- PyObject *weakreflist; /* list of weak references */
-} PyGstMiniObject;
-
-PyObject *
-pygstminiobject_new(GstMiniObject *obj);
-
-#define pygstminiobject_get(v) (((PyGstMiniObject *)(v))->obj)
-#define pygstminiobject_check(v,base) (PyObject_TypeCheck(v,base))
-
-void
-pygstminiobject_register_class(PyObject *dict, const gchar *type_name,
- GType gtype, PyTypeObject *type,
- PyObject *bases);
-void
-pygstminiobject_register_wrapper(PyObject *self);
-
-void
-pygst_miniobject_init();
-
-#ifndef _INSIDE_PYGSTMINIOBJECT_
-
-
-extern PyTypeObject PyGstMiniObject_Type;
-
-#endif /* !_INSIDE_PYGSTMINIOBJECT_ */
-
-G_END_DECLS
-
-#endif /* !_PYGSTMINIOBJECT_H_ */
diff --git a/python/pytpfarstream-filter.defs b/python/pytpfarstream-filter.defs
deleted file mode 100644
index 7a8b527..0000000
--- a/python/pytpfarstream-filter.defs
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,24 +0,0 @@
-(define-object Channel
- (in-module "Tf")
- (parent "GObject")
- (c-name "TfChannel")
- (gtype-id "TF_TYPE_CHANNEL")
-)
-
-(define-object Content
- (in-module "Tf")
- (parent "GObject")
- (c-name "TfContent")
- (gtype-id "TF_TYPE_CONTENT")
-)
-
-(define-function tf_channel_new_async
- (c-name "tf_channel_new_async")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("const-gchar*" "connection_busname")
- '("const-gchar*" "connection_path")
- '("const-gchar*" "channel_path")
- '("GAsyncReadyCallback" "callback")
- )
-)
diff --git a/python/pytpfarstream.defs b/python/pytpfarstream.defs
deleted file mode 100644
index fa2e554..0000000
--- a/python/pytpfarstream.defs
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,167 +0,0 @@
-(define-object Channel
- (in-module "Tf")
- (parent "GObject")
- (c-name "TfChannel")
- (gtype-id "TF_TYPE_CHANNEL")
-)
-
-(define-object Content
- (in-module "Tf")
- (parent "GObject")
- (c-name "TfContent")
- (gtype-id "TF_TYPE_CONTENT")
-)
-
-(define-function tf_channel_new_async
- (c-name "tf_channel_new_async")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("const-gchar*" "connection_busname")
- '("const-gchar*" "connection_path")
- '("const-gchar*" "channel_path")
- '("GAsyncReadyCallback" "callback")
- )
-)
-;; -*- scheme -*-
-; object definitions ...
-;; Enumerations and flags ...
-
-
-;; From telepathy-farstream.h
-
-
-;; -*- scheme -*-
-; object definitions ...
-;; Enumerations and flags ...
-
-
-;; From channel.h
-
-(define-function tf_channel_get_type
- (c-name "tf_channel_get_type")
- (return-type "GType")
-)
-
-(define-method bus_message
- (of-object "TfChannel")
- (c-name "tf_channel_bus_message")
- (return-type "gboolean")
- (parameters
- '("GstMessage*" "message")
- )
-)
-
-
-;; -*- scheme -*-
-; object definitions ...
-;; Enumerations and flags ...
-
-
-;; From content.h
-
-(define-function tf_content_get_type
- (c-name "tf_content_get_type")
- (return-type "GType")
-)
-
-(define-method error_literal
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_error_literal")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("const-gchar*" "message")
- )
-)
-
-(define-method error
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_error")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("const-gchar*" "message_format")
- )
- (varargs #t)
-)
-
-(define-method sending_failed_literal
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_sending_failed_literal")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("const-gchar*" "message")
- )
-)
-
-(define-method sending_failed
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_sending_failed")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("const-gchar*" "message_format")
- )
- (varargs #t)
-)
-
-(define-method receiving_failed_literal
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_receiving_failed_literal")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("guint*" "handles")
- '("guint" "handle_count")
- '("const-gchar*" "message")
- )
-)
-
-(define-method receiving_failed
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_receiving_failed")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("guint*" "handles")
- '("guint" "handle_count")
- '("const-gchar*" "message_format")
- )
- (varargs #t)
-)
-
-(define-method iterate_src_pads
- (of-object "TfContent")
- (c-name "tf_content_iterate_src_pads")
- (return-type "GstIterator*")
- (parameters
- '("guint*" "handles")
- '("guint" "handle_count")
- )
-)
-
-
-;; -*- scheme -*-
-; object definitions ...
-;; Enumerations and flags ...
-
-
-;; From stream.h
-
-(define-function tf_stream_get_type
- (c-name "tf_stream_get_type")
- (return-type "GType")
-)
-
-(define-method get_id
- (of-object "TfStream")
- (c-name "tf_stream_get_id")
- (return-type "guint")
-)
-
-(define-method error
- (of-object "TfStream")
- (c-name "tf_stream_error")
- (return-type "none")
- (parameters
- '("TpMediaStreamError" "error")
- '("const-gchar*" "message")
- )
-)
-
-
diff --git a/python/pytpfarstream.override b/python/pytpfarstream.override
deleted file mode 100644
index 411831b..0000000
--- a/python/pytpfarstream.override
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,107 +0,0 @@
-%%
-headers
-#include <pygobject.h>
-
-#include <gst/gst.h>
-
-#include <telepathy-farstream/telepathy-farstream.h>
-
-#include <telepathy-glib/dbus.h>
-#include <telepathy-glib/channel.h>
-
-#include "pygstminiobject.h"
-
-static void
-async_result_callback_marshal(GObject *source_object,
- GAsyncResult *result,
- gpointer user_data)
-{
- PyObject *callback = user_data;
- PyObject *ret;
- PyGILState_STATE state;
-
- state = pyg_gil_state_ensure();
-
- ret = PyObject_CallFunction(callback, "NN",
- pygobject_new(source_object),
- pygobject_new((GObject *)result));
-
- if (ret == NULL) {
- PyErr_Print();
- PyErr_Clear();
- }
-
- Py_XDECREF(callback);
- Py_XDECREF(ret);
-
- pyg_gil_state_release(state);
-}
-%%
-modulename tf
-%%
-import gobject.GObject as PyGObject_Type
-import gst.Message as PyGstMessage_Type
-%%
-ignore-glob
- *_get_type
-%%
-headers
-%%
-override tf_channel_new_async kwargs
-static PyObject *
-_wrap_tf_channel_new_async(PyGObject *self, PyObject *args, PyObject *kwargs)
-{
- static char *kwlist[] = { "connection_busname", "connection_path",
- "channel_path", "callback", NULL };
-
- char *busname, *connection_path, *channel_path;
- TpChannel *proxy = NULL;
- TpConnection *connection = NULL;
- TpDBusDaemon *dbus = NULL;
- GError *error = NULL;
- PyObject *callback;
- PyObject *ret = NULL;
-
- if (!PyArg_ParseTupleAndKeywords (args, kwargs, "sssO:tf_channel_new_async",
- kwlist, &busname, &connection_path, &channel_path, &callback))
- goto out;
-
- dbus = tp_dbus_daemon_dup (&error);
- if (dbus == NULL)
- {
- pyg_error_check (&error);
- goto out;
- }
-
- connection = tp_connection_new (dbus, busname, connection_path, &error);
- if (connection == NULL)
- {
- pyg_error_check (&error);
- goto out;
- }
-
- proxy = tp_channel_new (connection, channel_path, NULL,
- TP_UNKNOWN_HANDLE_TYPE, 0, &error);
-
- if (proxy == NULL)
- {
- pyg_error_check (&error);
- goto out;
- }
-
- ret = Py_None;
- Py_XINCREF (callback);
- tf_channel_new_async (proxy, async_result_callback_marshal, callback);
-
-out:
- if (dbus != NULL)
- g_object_unref (dbus);
-
- if (connection != NULL)
- g_object_unref (connection);
-
- if (proxy != NULL)
- g_object_unref (proxy);
-
- return ret;
-}
diff --git a/python/pytpfarstreammodule.c b/python/pytpfarstreammodule.c
deleted file mode 100644
index 460ca29..0000000
--- a/python/pytpfarstreammodule.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-#include <pygobject.h>
-
-#include <gst/gst.h>
-#include <telepathy-farstream/telepathy-farstream.h>
-
-void tf_register_classes (PyObject *d);
-
-DL_EXPORT(void) inittpfarstream(void);
-extern PyMethodDef tf_functions[];
-
-GST_DEBUG_CATEGORY (pygst_debug); /* for python code */
-
-DL_EXPORT(void)
-inittpfarstream(void)
-{
- PyObject *m, *d;
-
- init_pygobject ();
-
- m = Py_InitModule ("tpfarstream", tf_functions);
- d = PyModule_GetDict (m);
-
- tf_register_classes (d);
-
- if (PyErr_Occurred ()) {
- PyErr_Print();
- Py_FatalError ("can't initialise module tpfarstream");
- }
-}
diff --git a/python/rebuild-defs.sh b/python/rebuild-defs.sh
deleted file mode 100755
index f74bdd3..0000000
--- a/python/rebuild-defs.sh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,18 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/sh
-
-HEADERS=" \
- telepathy-farstream.h \
- channel.h \
- content.h \
- stream.h"
-
-srcdir=../telepathy-farstream/
-
-output=pytpfarstream.defs
-filter=pytpfarstream-filter.defs
-
-cat ${filter} > ${output}
-
-for h in $HEADERS; do
- python codegen/h2def.py --defsfilter=${filter} ${srcdir}/$h >> $output
-done